2 edition of Corporate reorganizations under section 77B of the Bankruptcy act found in the catalog.
Corporate reorganizations under section 77B of the Bankruptcy act
|Other titles||Bankruptcy act.|
|Statement||by John Gerdes...|
|LC Classifications||KF1544 .G37|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||36006984|
Numerous complaints over the working out of Section 77b of the National Bankruptcy Act were voiced by credit executives all over the country in replying to a questionnaire sent out by the National. under Section 77B of the old Bankruptcy Act and under Chapter 6. As of May 1, , the Commission has handed down six opinions dealing with reorganization plans of corporations subject to the Holding Company Act and eight advisory opinions under the Chandler Act Author: Taylor, B Ben.
Federal Bankruptcy Act: full text of the National Bankruptcy Act with all amendments to J including corporate reorganization (Sec. 77B), farm debt relief (Sec. 75), individuals' debt relief (Sec. 74), railroad reorganization . After a petition or answer is filed under section 77B, if a plan of reorganization is not proposed or accepted, or, if proposed and accepted, is not confirmed, the court, if it retains jurisdiction of the matter, proceeds to liquidate the estate of the debtor as in an ordinary proceeding in bankruptcy (Bankr. Act § 77B .
Congress even adopted key features of equity receiverships in the first U.S. corporate reorganization laws, enacted in as section 77B of the Bankruptcy Act. 51 Congress enacted section 77B in response to the Great Depression. 52 Under section 77B, management and a protective committee could still formulate the plan of reorganization Cited by: 2. (3) In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires, a bankruptcy is a repeat bankruptcy if, before the making of the bankruptcy order in respect of which the bankrupt was adjudged bankrupt, the bankrupt has been previously discharged from bankruptcy under this Act or any previous written law relating to bankruptcy.
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Corporate reorganizations under section 77B of the Bankruptcy act Corporate reorganizations under section 77B of the Bankruptcy act by John Gerdes Published by. rupt under the existing act, excepting railroad or other transportation corporations authorized to file a proceeding under Sect and ex-cept also certain railroad corporations municipally owned.
The proceedings are initiated by a petition filed either by the debtor corporation. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gerdes, John, b. Corporate reorganizations under section 77B of the Bankruptcy act.
Chicago, Callaghan and Co., Corporate reorganizations under section 77B of the Bankruptcy act. Chicago, Callaghan and Co., (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document. CORPORATIONS: REORGANIZATION: FAIR AND EQUITABLE PLAN UNDER SECTION 77B OF THE BANKRUPTCY AcT.-That a plan of corporate reor-ganization must be "fair and equitable" was stated by the courts in equity receivership cases,' was provided in section 77B of the Bankruptcy Act,2 and is required by chapter 10 of the new Bankruptcy Act.
5 A knowledge of the provisions of Section 77B on the part of the reader is assumed. The section has been fully analyzed, among others, by Weiner: Cor-porate Reorganization: Section 77B of the Bankruptcy Act, 34 Col.
(); Friendly: Some Comments on the Corporate Reorganizations Act. BANKRUPTCY-PROCEEDINGS UNDER SECTION 77B-VOLUNTARY PETITION FILED BY A DISSOLVED CORPORATION.-Section 77B of the Bankruptcy Act has been in effect for almost four years.' Section 77 was adopted a year earlier.' The general scheme of each section is the same.
Bankruptcy courts. As will be shown later petitions under section 77B of the Na-tional Bankruptcy Act, commonly known as the Corporate Re-organization Act, may be filed in any of several courts.
Where it would be best. BANKRUPTCY ACT - SECT 77A Access by trustee to books of associated entity (1) Where a trustee is conducting under section 19AA an investigation relating to a person (in this section called the bankrupt), subsections (2) and (3) of this section.
MODULE I - PAPER 3: CORPORATE RESTRUCTURING, VALUATION AND INSOLVENCY Lesson No. Subject PART A - Corporate Restructuring 1. Corporate Restructuring – Introduction & Concepts 2. tion of the Bankruptcy Act dealing with corporate reor- ganizationsBW-under which numerous corporations have been reorganized sincehas been superseded by Chapter X of the Chandler Act.
Chap Taxation of Corporate Reorganizations - 3 - The forms of reorganization are described below in general terms.8 Because of differences in company law, the descriptions will not be accurate.
LANDLORDS' CLAIMS UNDER SECTION 77B OF THE BANKRUPTCY ACT J. MARK JACOBSONt THE attention reorganization upon the of future the McCrory rent clause Stores in the Corporation Corporate has Reorganiza- focused tion Act.
The difficulties of this case indicate that the Act Author: J. Mark Jacobson. Recommended Citation. Editors, Law Review () "Recent Cases: Corporate Reorganization.
Tentative Approval of a Plan under Section 77B of the Bankruptcy Act," University of Chicago Law Author: Law Review Editors. Act which like Section 77B were liquidation-saving schemes."3 Under the new section on corporate reorganizations debtor cor-porations or their creditors could petition the bankruptcy courts to protect.
consummating the plan for reorganization under the Bankruptcy Act. Long prior to the enactment of 77B, corporations were voluntarily reorganized where their financial circumstances required reorganiza-tion. Repeal of amendment by section (a) of Pub.
99– effective Oct. 22,and I.R.C. of applicable as if the amendment had not been enacted, see section (b)(1) of Pub. –73, set out as a Repeal of Provisions Relating to Repeal of Special Reorganization Rules for Financial Institutions note set out under section.
Broadly speaking, Section 77B has greatly enlarged the scope of the Bankruptcy Act, for corporations may file under it which are not insolvent within the definition of that word given in Section 1 of the Bankruptcy Act.
It is only necessary for the corporation filing under the Act. for Corporate Reorganizations () 24 A. ; McCaffery, Cor-porate Reorganization under the Chandler Bankruptcy Act, () 26 Cal. Rev. ; Heuston, Corporate Reorganizations under the Chandler Act, () 38 Col. Rev. 'The articles by Levi and Moore on Bankruptcy and Reorganization inAuthor: Edward Hirsch Levi.
To avoid bankruptcy Rome Brewery, Inc., filed a petition of reorganization under Section 77B of the Bankruptcy Act ofin May Insolvency details [ edit ] A court in Malone, New York rejected. Corporate Reorganization: Section 77B of the Bankruptcy Act () 34 COL.
L. REV. ; Weinstein, On the Meaning and Implications of "Affected" Under Section 77B () 1 CORPORATE Cited by: 1.Business men and bankers have much to gain by participating in corporate reorganization proceedings instituted under Section 77b of the Bankruptcy Act and involving corporations whose securities.Background A case filed under chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code is frequently referred to as a "reorganization" bankruptcy.
An individual cannot file under chapter 11 or any other chapter if, during the preceding days, a prior bankruptcy .