Complaint Objecting to Discharge of Debtor in Bankruptcy Proceeding Due to Destruction of Books From Which Financial Condition Might Have Been
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The decree of the bankruptcy court which terminates the bankruptcy proceedings is generally a discharge that releases the debtor from most debts. A bankruptcy court may refuse to grant a discharge under certain conditions.
- View Complaint Objecting to Discharge by Bankruptcy Court on the Grounds that Transaction was Induced by Fraud Regarding Debtor's Financial Condition
- View Complaint Objecting to Discharge in Bankruptcy Proceeding for Failure to Keep or Preserve Books or Records that Explains Loss or Deficiency in Assets,
- View Complaint Objecting to Discharge in Bankruptcy Proceeding for Transfer, Removal, Destruction, or Concealment of Property Within One Year Preceding
- View Complaint Objecting to Discharge in Bankruptcy Proceedings for Concealment by Debtor and Omitting from Schedules Fraudulently Transferred Property
- View Complaint Objecting to Discharge or Debtor in Bankruptcy Proceeding for Failure to Keep Books and Records
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