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Bankruptcy Clock Starts Ticking At First Meeting (access required)

Where a trustee's office rescheduled the initial creditors' meeting at the debtor's lawyer's request, then held the meeting on the original date for the purpose of continuing the proceeding, that first date starts the five-day clock ticking for the filing of a homestead deed, a federal judge in Harrisonburg has ruled. The debtors' attorney contended that ...

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