Chapter 13 is a reorganization and repayment plan which, in most cases, lowers interest rates on secured debts and provides interest-free debt repayment on unsecured debts. Chapter 13 is designed for individuals, or consumers, and allows a 3 to 5 year repayment period. In many cases, it is used to protect a house from foreclosure or repossession of vehicles.
Chapter 13 is a debt reorganization plan where debts are repaid under a court-supervised repayment plan. Debtors submit part of their income for distribution among creditors. Also known as the wage-earner plan.
Bankruptcies filed under Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code are known as "the wage earners bankruptcy." A court-approved budget and repayment plan is set up based on your regular income. A trustee is appointed to make sure you honor the terms of your repayment plan.
the chapter of the Bankruptcy Code allowing a person's future earnings to be collected by a trustee and paid to unsecured creditors; a plan filed under Chapter 13 is sometimes called a wage-earner's plan, a wage-earner plan, or an income-based plan.
A form of bankruptcy protection that involves a reorganization of assets and debts rather than strict liquidation. Chapter 13 provides for debtor rehabilitation in order to deliver the most payment to the most creditors.
In a Chapter 13 agreement, the court creates a debt repayment plan that allows the filer to keep their property. In order to file Chapter 13, a person must have a source of income and promise to pay part of their income to creditors. The court allows the filer to keep any assets that have debts against them if they pay them off under terms determined by the court. A Chapter 13 filing will remain on a credit report for 10 years. With Chapter 13, there is a better chance of obtaining future loans and credit.
Chapter 13 is for wage earners with assets they want to protect. In this chapter you submit a plan for reorganization of their debts. The bankruptcy filing gives you protection from your creditors while you are paying off the debts listed in the plan either in full or in part. Chapter 13 provides for a more favorable discharge than Chapter 7 when there are assets.
Chapter 13 has long been referred to as the "Wage Earners' plan." It allows a debtor with disposable income to propose a plan in order to pay the creditors in full or in part. The plain is three or five years and the percentage of pay back could range from 0% to 100%. A Chapter 13 cannot be filed if debtor has unsecured debts of more than $269,250 or secured debts of more tan $807,750 (these limits will adjust again on April 1, 2001; see Section 104(b) Title II, U.S.C.).
Chapter of the Bankruptcy Code addressing financial rehabilitation for an individual with a proven income who can eventually repay at least most owed debts. Chapter 13 is designed to give individuals a fresh start and allow a reorganized payment plan suitable to all parties. Chapter 7 Chapter of the Bankruptcy Code addressing liquidation of an individual's personal assets. Chapter 7 is designed to discharge all of an individuals unsecured debts and offer creditors a partial compensation by liquidation of the debtor's non-exempt property. up
In this type of bankruptcy debtors with regular income pay back some of their debts over a 36 to 60 month period. A Chapter 13 allows you to keep your home from being foreclosed on by allowing you to make up late payments. Also called wage-earner bankruptcy or personal reorganization bankruptcy.
Chapter13 bankruptcy is filed by individuals who want to pay off their debts over a period of three to five years. This type of bankruptcy appeals to individuals who have non-exempt property that they want to keep. It is also only an option for individuals who have predictable income and whose income is sufficient to pay their reasonable expenses with some amount left over to pay off their debts.
a re-organization for individuals who have debts that are below the statutory levels in which they propose a plan that pays back creditors in varying amounts depending on the type of debt and income over three to five years.
This is a reorganization/repayment plan for individuals or families with regular income. In a Chapter 13, the debtors pay money to the Trustee under a court-approved repayment plan. The plan will generally run from 36-60 months. Chapter 13 bankruptcies are voluntary.
Chapter 13 is an interest-free debt repayment plan through which you consolidate your debts and make a payment on your debt over a 3 to 5 year period. This type of bankruptcy is often used to save a house from foreclosure or to save a car from repossession.
One of the bankruptcy chapters in the federal Bankruptcy Code. Under Chapter 13, a wage earner can reduce debt payments through a bankruptcy court order according to the terms of a plan approved by the bankruptcy court.
The chapter of the Bankruptcy Code providing for adjustment of debts of an individual with regular income. (Chapter 13 allows a debtor to keep property and pay debts over time, usually three to five years.)
The section of the U.S. bankruptcy code which allows an individual to begin paying back debt without forfeiting property. Chapter 13 mandates that the debtor maintain a source of income and stick to a payment schedule set forth by the court.
bankruptcy proceedings for an individual with the intention of rescheduling the individual's debt (rather than liquidating the individual's assets and debt; an individual files under Chapter 7 to liquidate); Chapter 13 is referred to as wage-earner bankruptcy, personal bankruptcy or consumer bankruptcy; Chapter 13 cannot be used by a partnership or a corporation; it can be used by a sole proprietorship.
Adjustments of debts of an individual with regular income under the Federal Bankruptcy Code. Chapter 13 enables a debtor who is an individual to develop and perform a plan for the prepayment of creditors over an extended period. The plan might provide for full or partial repayment. Chapter 13 allows the debtor to retain his or her property, unless he or she agrees otherwise in the plan. See Bankruptcy.
Post-Hearing Matters David Zaslowsky and Susan R. Knox, New York Obtaining the Full Record Supplementing the Record Desirability of Post-hearing Memoranda Arrangements for Post-hearing Memoranda Oral Argument Surprises from the Arbitrators Desirability of Reopening the Hearings Do Not Waive any Rights Stipulations and other Arrangements Concerning the Award Pursuit of Settlement Correcting the Award
(Feature Interaction: Old Hat or Deadly New Menace?) explores feature interaction in general, and in the context of telephony. Reactions to the problem are presented from the perspective of researchers, operators and vendors. The changing nature of feature interaction is discussed in the context of how services are evolving. Part III (The Future of Services) This part looks at the evolution of communications services and their supporting technologies.
MONETIZATION AND HEDGING STRATEGIES FOR RESTRICTED STOCK AND OTHER CONCENTRATED EQUITY POSITIONS Discounted Private Equity Sales Monetizing Equity Swap Sale of Deep-in-the-Money Call Options Sale of Out-of-the-Money Call Options Purchases of Put Options Zero-Cost Collars Monetizing Collars Short Against the Box Trust Structures Sale of Stock Through a Structured Equity Program Conclusion
The Solution The New Common Sense Humanity creates its reality just as each individual does. The mindset of Humanity is defined as the whole that is comprised of all individual human mindsets. To solve the problems of our planet, I describe how humanity must change its mindset for a better future. In other words, a large number of people must change their viewpoint. This will result in a new common sense. Awakening The possibility of spiritual Awakening is described and an approach to Awakening is outlined. Is Jesus the Only Way? A distinction is made between Jesus the man and Christ-consciousness. Christ-consciousness is the experience of oneness with God that can occur to non-Christians as well. Looking Back Here I take stock of my own life and conclude that I am happy with the result of my spiritual course, while full Awakening is still a goal. CONCLUSION The book's contents are summarized and appropriate action is recommended. APPENDIX: SCIENTIFIC ASPECTS The application of Holistic Logic to the following subjects is described. Energy - Mass
Diaochan performs a song written by Xu Lin, "Pondering Homeland," about the sadness of soldiers separated from their families. The soldiers are deeply moved, and Dong Zhuo is impressed with Diaochan's power. Dong Zhuo addresses the soldiers, telling them that they have forgotten about their homeland, Xiliang, and that since they have the emperor, it does not matter where they are. Now Diaochan (Xiao Meng) is impressed with Dong zhuo's charisma. He declares that they will move to Changan and build an even greater capital. Suddenly, Dong Zhuo embraces Diaochan and kisses her.
The discontent of the Junior Brethren and the arrival of Lord Minto | The Junior Brethren | Lord Minto | An inflammatory pamphlet on Mohammedanism | Attempts to root out the Mission | Colonel Krefting's response | Durga Puja | Ward's minute to his brethren | Carey and Marshman wait on Lord Minto.
Project 8: A One-Blade Pocket Knife List of Materials Process Overview Design Considerations Process Detail Laying Out the Mechanism Heat-Treating the Spring Making a Trial Mock-Up Assessing Repairs Cutting the Sides Etching with Ferric Chloride Setting the Rivets
Immunologic Tolerance ( Chapter Summary) The study and understanding of tolerance began around 1900. The major characteristic of tolerance is a secondary "nothing" response. The principal mechanisms that induce self-tolerance activation (anergy), or regulated inhibition of antigen-reactive T and B cells.
Configuration Problems. Chapter 13 addresses configuring your PC through its startup files. Because DOS is where PCs started, this is where we begin. We provide a basic look at configuring and starting your system, using the multiboot options to give you the ability to use multiple operating systems, and we take a look at configuration conflicts. The focus is on the CONFIG.SYS and AUTOEXEC.BAT files, but many concepts still apply to problems found in Windows, OS/2, and even Unix and mainframe systems. Windows configuration problems are covered more directly in Chapters 8 and 9.
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Current findings on children with congenital adrenal hyperplasia; new evidence on sex-related differences in parental autonomy-granting in middle childhood; updated evidence on boys' and girls' styles of social influence; revised and expanded section on development of gender identity in adolescence; new Variations box on sex-related differences in spatial skills and their implications for mathematical reasoning; new section on sex-related differences in adolescent depression; updated findings on sex-related differences in overt and relational aggression.
Creating Menus in Your Programs Understanding the Windows Standard Menus Using Visual Basic's Application Wizard Using Visual Basic's Menu Editor Setting Menu Properties Adding Access Keys to Menu Items Adding Shortcut Keys to Menu Items Creating Pop-Up Menus Creating Complex Menus Adding Separator Lines to Menus Using the Checked Property Cutting, Copying, and Pasting with the Clipboard Object Selecting Text in a TextBox
Using the VLAN Manager Overview of Virtual LANs Displaying a VLAN Viewing VLANs on a Switch Viewing Switches in a VLAN Viewing VLAN Member Ports Viewing Device Information from Pop-up Menus Adding a VLAN Deleting a VLAN Modifying a VLAN Modifying a VLAN from the Toolbar Modifying a VLAN from the Component Tree Menu Adding and Deleting Protocol Filters
Working in the Studio Advantages of Shooting in the Studio Safety Procedures The Grid Workshops and Tools of the Art Department Flats Materials and Use Painting Three Dimensional Weight-Bearing Construction Bracing the Set Methods for Anchoring Objects to Flats Openings Cycloramas A Low-Budget Note Ceilings Floors and Ground Areas Camera Blocking in the Studio Rehearsals Striking the Set Storage Transportation of the Set Getting Familiar with Working in the Studio
describes the objectives of Process FMEA (P-FMEA), recommended team members and recommended information to be included in the FMEA worksheet. It also provides rating guidelines for severity, occurrence and detection.