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 Must a company be insolvent to file for bankruptcy?

Answer A company does not have to be insolvent to file for bankruptcy. A company can file a petition under Chapter 11 to remain in business during bankruptcy. A single business owner may qualify for som... Read More »
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How much debt must you owe in order to file for bankruptcy?

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Can a property management company file bankruptcy?

Do you lose company stock if they file bankruptcy?

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Can a property management company file chapter 7 bankruptcy?

If they asked you on the application, and you lied, then, yes, technically, that is a lease violation that gives the landlord the right to terminate the lease. But, you make a very good point - why... Read More »
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