- bankruptcy rules
Also known as the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure. These rules govern the procedures in bankruptcy and adversary cases. In addition to these rules, each court normally is governed by its own local rules that supplement the Bankruptcy Rules. (Bernstein's Dictionary of Bankruptcy Terminology)
United Glossary of Bankruptcy Terms 2012.
- bankruptcy rules
Also known as the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure. These rules govern the procedures in bankruptcy and adversary cases. In addition to these rules, each court normally is governed by its own local rules that supplement the Bankruptcy Rules.
US Bankruptcy 2012.
Glossary of Bankruptcy.
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