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A look-back period is a window of time into the past where facts or transactions are relevant to application of a particular law. Most commonly refers to the periods of time prior to filing bankruptcy where transfers can be scrutinized as preferential or fraudulent, but may refer to any of the numerous time periods computed into the past based upon the petition date. read more More...
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