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Insurance as an Asset in the Estate – New Appleman on Insurance Law Library Edition, Chapter 108

By Susan N. K. Gummow Abstract *** Having reviewed the basic elements and concepts of bankruptcy law in Chapter 107 above, Chapter 108 focuses on how insurance functions as an asset of the debtor’s bankruptcy estate. Section 108.01 begins by examining the relationship between the...

Impact Of Bankruptcy On Insurance Matters – New Appleman on Insurance Law Library Edition, Chapter 109

Abstract *** Having considered the bankruptcy process generally in Chapter 107 and undertaken an inquiry into how insurance functions as an asset of the bankruptcy estate in Chapter 108 above, this chapter turns to the impact of bankruptcy on insurance-related matters and addresses issues that...

Bankruptcy Issues Arising For Specific Kinds of Insurance – New Appleman on Insurance Law Library Edition, Chapter 110

By James M. Lawniczak Abstract *** Chapter 110 covers insurance issues that often arise in federal bankruptcy cases. Due to their nature, certain types of insurance policies are implicated more often in bankruptcy proceedings than others. For example, probably the most discussed type of insurance...