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If an involuntary bankruptcy petition is dismissed other than by consent of all petioning creditors and the debtor, the court may award which of the following to the debtor? A. costs B. reasonable attorney fees C. damages D. all of the above
ALL OF THE ABOVE. If an involuntary bankruptcy petition is dismissed other than by consent of all petioning creditors and the debtor, the court may award costs, reasonable attorney fees and damages to the debtor.
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ALL OF THE ABOVE. If an involuntary bankruptcy petition is dismissed other than by consent of all petioning creditors and the debtor, the court may award costs, reasonable attorney fees and damages to the debtor.
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