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Do you receive a check when filing bankruptcy?


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2005-09-29 23:47:04
2005-09-29 23:47:04

Sorry, the question is confusing. In bankruptcy the filer reliquishes all non-exempt assets to the trustee, I have no idea of what type of "check" you could be referring to.


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