Learn about Important Utah Personal Bankruptcy Information (Definitions)
The following are common terms used on this site regarding personal bankruptcy information in Utah:
Any property that a business or individual owns.
This injunction stops the creditor from attempting to collect from the debtor. An automatic stay takes effect immediately after the debtor files for bankruptcy.
The Utah bankruptcy court seizes non-exempt assets owned by the debtor and sells them to pay the creditor. A Utah bankruptcy attorney will help you protect your property in this process. This is the most common Utah person bankruptcy.
The Utah bankruptcy court permits the debtor to retain his or her assets. The court requires the debtor to make payments to its creditors according to a repayment plan, which is approved by the court.
The business or individual that is owed money by a debtor.
The business or individual that owes money to the creditor.
Debt that the debtor no longer legally responsible to pay and removes it from the debtor’s credit history. A Debt discharge will be awarded by the Utah bankruptcy court by successfully completing bankruptcy.
The dollar amount that an asset can be sold for in excess of the money owed on the asset.
Property that state and federal laws protect. This property will not be taken from the debtor. A Weekes Law bankruptcy attorney will help you understand these laws and protect your property.
The property that the Utah bankruptcy court takes from the debtor and sells (liquidates) to pay the creditors.
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