Collier Pamphlet Edition

ebook Part 2: Bankruptcy Rules · Collier Pamphlet Edition (2018 Edition)

By Henry J. Sommer

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The Collier Pamphlet Edition is an indispensable reference for every bankruptcy lawyer.

The Pamphlet Edition provides desktop access to the full text of the Bankruptcy Code and the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure in an easy-to-use, quick-reference format, along with invaluable commentary and case summaries. The commentary and case summaries are written by Collier Editors-in-Chief Alan N. Resnick and Henry J. Sommer.

Part 1 contains the complete and up-to-date Bankruptcy Code, selected legislative history, and relevant sections of the Judicial Code and other statutory provisions. Also included are cross-references to other Collier publications, expert commentary and relevant case summaries.

Part 2 contains the complete and up-to-date text of the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure, as well as the Official Forms in Bankruptcy. Part 2 also contains the Director's Procedural Forms, the Federal Rules of Evidence, Advisory Committee Notes, Letters of Transmittal and other rule history, cross-references to other Collier publications, expert commentary, and relevant case summaries.

Part 3 is the popular and compact Portable Pamphlet, which comprises the full text of the Code and Rules in one handy volume. It's the perfect tool to take to court or on the road.

When you rely on the Collier Pamphlet Edition, you can be confident you're working with current, authoritative information, whether you're in the office or in the courtroom.

Collier Pamphlet Edition