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 When did laws go into effect preventing bankruptcy of student loans?

Answer The law prohibiting student loans from being discharged in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy was signed in effect by President Bill Clinton in October 1998. However, relief of a student loan can be accomplish... Read More »
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If you fear there is a chance you could have become pregnant within the past week will going back on your birth control have any effect on preventing that pregnancy?

Answer No. Do not go back on your birth control if you think you are pregnant. It can harm the baby. If you really do not want to be pregnant then I would get checked a.s.a.p. and see if I was. T... Read More »
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Are there any laws preventing stores from storing tires for too long or under certain conditions?

You can do it by your self:Motorists converting their vehicle to winter tyres in the cold season should store their summer tyres correctly and not just put them to one side anywhere in the garage. ... Read More »
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The Effect of an Order of Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy is a legal term signifying that a person who owes money is unable to repay his creditors. In the United States, there are two kinds of personal bankruptcy: Chapter 7 and Chapter 13.
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Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Effect on 401(k)?

401k assets are generally protected from creditors under state and federal law in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy--they are usually not part of the bankruptcy estate. Other qualified retirement assets and ... Read More »
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