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A trustee has the power to avoid a sale of the debtor’s property. (Points : 5) True False
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Jill believes that she should file a plan for a Chapter 13 discharge in bankruptcy. A court will confirm her bankruptcy plan if it provides for (Points : 5) the completion of all payments to all creditors within six years. the payment of 100 percent of all obligations in full. the surrender of all collateral to the creditors. the turnover of the debtor’s future income to the trustee.
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Typically, a thesis statement should appear (Points : 5) at the end of the essay in the middle of the essay at the beginning of the essay none of the above all of the above
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Principles of agency law determine a partner’s authority to bind a partnership in contract. (Points : 5) True False
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