No, the creditors can't take the South America property. But, the Bankruptcy trustee can. The only exemption for real property is a homestead exemption and obviously your homestead cannot be in South America if you are filing bankruptcy in the US. So this property would be taken by the trustee and liquidated to pay your creditors. Directly the creditors can't take the property. Failing to list this property (Hey, it is in South America, how will they know????") can lead to charges of Bankruptcy fraud if found out. It is possible that the trustee would allow you to make a monetary offer to keep the property, especially as selling a foreign property is not easy. You would have to provide a valuation of the property proving the value to the trustee.
America bought the Louisiana territory from France.
person(s) to whom you bought goods on credit and who will invoice you trade creditors is therefore a liability (money that you owe to someone)
NO one bought Bank of America...Bank of America bought out LaSalle Bank in Chicago as well as in talks with Countrywide Financial
Because North America bought it.
Creditors are either secured or unsecured. Secured creditors such as the mortgage on your house or you car loan go on Schedule D. Unsecured creditors (creditor without liens or collateral) are either priority or nonpriority. The only creditors who are classified as priority go on Schedule E and Schedule E contains a list of the categories. Every other creditor (general unsecured creditors) goes on schedule F. The most common example of unsecured nonpriority creditors are credit cards and medical bills. You basically need to give a general description of what you bought and when you bought it. You don't need exact dates.
yes you can, i bought mine from America and tried it on the UK. works fine!
The Virgin Islands were not owned by America in the Civil War so they played no part. The Virgin Islands were bought by America from the Danish on January 17 1917.
who bought roosevelt National Life Insurance Company of America
no it will not
No, it will not.
we bought it from Russia when it was cheap
She said that a girl from school was selling them cheap, because she accidentaly bought the wrong size.
Yes. I foreclosed on a home and bought another one cash before being discharged from bankruptcy. I was told by the attorney that creditors can ask the courts and the court will confiscate your purchased product and sell for whatever amount and that amount will be given to the creditor(s).
Because the USA bought it.
The Europeans, specifically the Spanish.
We bought California and Florida from them.
Bank of America has recently bought 1. Merryl Lynch 2. La Salle corporation 3. Countrywide Financials etc.
Countrywide was bought out by Bank of America during the financial crisis of 2008 for 4 billion dollars. The ticker symbol for Bank of America is BAC and it trades on the New York Stock Exchange.
Not exactly. Interfirst and Republic Bank merged during the S&L crissis. The merged bank was called FirstRepublic. This bank failed in '88 and NCNB bought it from the FDIC. NCNB changed its name to NationsBank. NationsBank merged with (bought) Bank of America and took its name.
The public bought General Motors. The filed for Chapter 11 Reorganization in 2009 and made a pubic offering of stock in 2010. They are owned by the stockholders.
Well before America bought Alaska,Alaska was owned by the Russians,but America talked and talked with the Russians (the Alaskan Purchase) and they made a decision,America bought Alaska from the Russians for $7.2 million.
They were captured and brought back on slaveships.