Are bankruptcy cases public?

Answer According to Section 107 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, the filing of any paper in a bankruptcy case is a matter of public record and open to examination by any entity. However, the bankruptcy court ... Read More »

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A row of cases is 6 cases high and 7 cases long one of the stacks has only 5 cases in it how many cases are in the row?

How many bankruptcy cases get audited?

At least one out of every 250 bankruptcies are audited every year and those audited tend to involve higher-than-average incomes or expenses for that bankruptcy district. The goal of the audit is to... Read More »

How to Look Up California Bankruptcy Cases?

Public Access to Court Electronic Records or PACER allows users to search for and access federal court cases including bankruptcy from California. The PACER system is managed by the Administrative ... Read More »

Are court cases public record?

According to the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, court cases are a matter of public concern. Typical court proceedings in the pubic record include tax liens, bankruptcy hearings and arrest records. C... Read More »