Can a Bankrupt Landlord Be Their Own Trustee in a Bankruptcy?

Answer If a landlord files for bankruptcy, it is possible for him to be his own trustee if he files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Chapter 11, unique among the bankruptcy chapters, provides for the position o... Read More »

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What is a bankruptcy trustee?

The bankruptcy system has developed to assist people and companies with unmanageable debts. The laws have been designed to protect creditors as well as debtors, and provide a method by which people... Read More »

Questions of a Bankruptcy Trustee?

During the meeting of creditors, a court-appointed bankruptcy trustee will ask the bankruptcy petitioner questions to verify information or to provide the court with information that was omitted fr... Read More »

Bankruptcy Trustee Ethics?

As in any legal or judicial proceeding, there are ethical and moral issues involved. Bankruptcy is a unique area of the law in that many different parties' interests are represented in one case: de... Read More »

Bankruptcy Trustee Training?

A bankruptcy trustee is the main point of contact for debtors filing a debt relief case in the local division of federal bankruptcy courts, according to the book "How to File for Chapter 7 Bankrupt... Read More »