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An adversary proceeding is a bankruptcy court lawsuit. The name comes from the fact that unlike a bankruptcy case such as one generated by filing a chapter 7 petition, an adversary proceeding has adversarial parties: plaintiff(s) and defendant(s). Usually at least one party is a debtor, creditor, or bankruptcy trustee. read more More...
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