In this article, Mr. Krause considers the practical problems confronting the attorney who conducts proceedings under chapters 11 and 13 of the Bankruptcy Act. The article is a revision of remarks made by Mr. Krause at the Institute on Debtor-Creditor Relations held at the Vanderbilt University School of Law on November 11, 1961. While a number of changes have been made in the remarks, the author has retained, insofar as possible, the original flavor of the address.
Arrangements and Wage Earner Plans: Proceedings Under Chapters XI and XIII,
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