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EQUIPMENT LEASING NEWSLETTER

November 1, 2012

To Participate or Not to Participate: A Secured Party’s Question

By Alan M. Christenfeld and Barbara M. Goodstein

This article considers what might happen to a secured claim if the creditor fails, or elects not, to participate in its debtor’s bankruptcy case.

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