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Notice To Individual Debtor With Primarily Consumer Debts

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This document is a notice to an individual consumer debtor. The purpose of the notice is to acquaint the debtor with the four chapters of the federal Bankruptcy Code. The debtor is told to seek the advice of an attorney to learn more about his/her rights.
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Notice To Individual Debtor With Primarily Consumer Debts