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Collier Bankruptcy Manual, Fourth Edition
Copyright 2016, Matthew Bender & Company, Inc., a member of the LexisNexis Group.

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Effect of Conversion


EDITORS-IN-CHIEF: Alan N. Resnick; Henry J. Sommer; and Other Contributing Authors and Editors

Chapter Summary


This chapter, Effect of Conversion, from Collier on Bankruptcy provides detailed coverage of the effect of conversion in bankruptcy proceedings. The chapter begins with an overview of Section 348. The chapter discusses the general effect of conversion, the order for relief in a converted case, and conversion's effect on the application of Sections 342(a) and 365(d). It next addresses preconversion claims and termination of the service of a preconversion trustee. The chapter then considers rules for conversion of a Chapter 13 case. It also discusses Bankruptcy Rule 1019. It concludes with discussion of the legislative history of Section 348.

Written and edited by leading scholars and practitioners, Collier on Bankruptcy (Matthew Bender) is the preeminent treatise in the bankruptcy field. It contains analysis of the Bankruptcy Code and the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure; commercial and consumer bankruptcy forms; text of federal and state exemptions, along with case highlights; and analysis of bankruptcy taxation. Collier on Bankruptcy provides easy access to bankruptcy questions, and also a more detailed perspective when needed.


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See Chapter 345 for discussion of money of estates.


See Collier Bankruptcy Practice Guide (Matthew Bender) for expert analysis with practical procedural and strategic advice, practice aids such as checklists, and the relevant primary source material of all the local bankruptcy rules of practice for all the bankruptcy courts.

See Collier on Bankruptcy Taxation (Matthew Bender) for thorough, authoritative discussion of the many tax issues arising in, and in relation to a bankruptcy case.

See Collier Bankruptcy Exemption Guide (Matthew Bender) for a compilation of exemptions available in every state and territory, along with checklists of exemptions; complete text of statutory authority; text of federal non-Bankruptcy Code exemptions; analysis of constitutional problems; tenancy by the entirety issues; current case highlights; and a research guide.
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