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Federal government websites often end in. The site is secure. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a liquidation proceeding available to consumers and businesses. Those assets of a debtor that are not exempt from creditors are collected and liquidated reduced to money , and the proceeds are distributed to creditors.
A consumer debtor receives a complete discharge from debt under Chapter 7, except for certain debts that are prohibited from discharge by the Bankruptcy Code. Its principal chapters 7, 11, 12, 13 and 15 are briefly outlined below: Chapter 7 Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a liquidation proceeding available to consumers and businesses.
Chapter 11 bankruptcy provides a procedure by which an individual or a business can reorganize its debts while continuing to operate. The vast majority of Chapter 11 cases are filed by businesses.
The debtor, often with participation from creditors, creates a plan of reorganization under which to repay part or all of its debts. Any amendment of the articles of incorporation made pursuant to subsection 2 must be signed under penalty of perjury by the person authorized by the court and filed with the Secretary of State. If the amendment is filed in accordance with the order of reorganization, it becomes effective when it is filed unless otherwise ordered by the court.
Any filing with the Secretary of State pursuant to this section must be accompanied by the appropriate fee, if any. Disclaimer: These codes may not be the most recent version. Nevada may have more current or accurate information. We make no warranties or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the information contained on this site or the information linked to on the state site.
Please check official sources. NRS This authority may be exercised by: a The trustee in bankruptcy appointed by the court; b Officers of the corporation designated by the court; or c Any other representative appointed by the court, with the same effect as if exercised by the directors and stockholders of the corporation.
By filing a confirmed plan or order of reorganization, certified by the bankruptcy court, with the Secretary of State, the corporation may: a Alter, amend or repeal its bylaws; b Constitute or reconstitute and classify or reclassify its board of directors; c Name, constitute or appoint directors and officers in place of or in addition to all or some of the directors or officers then in office; d Amend its articles of incorporation; e Make any change in its authorized and issued stock; f Make any other amendment, change, alteration or provision authorized by this chapter; and g Be dissolved, transfer all or part of its assets, or merge or consolidate, or make any other change authorized by this chapter.