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Bankruptcy Records are documents that admit the inability to generate enough revenue. Even though the court where the bankruptcy was filed keeps them, you can also access them online, if you wish to find out to find out abankruptcy case number, date filed, type filed, the disposition of the case and its date.
When individuals can not meet their financial obligations, filing for individual bankruptcy is an option. This can end up with a discharge, or a cancellation of all debts, excluding state taxes, IRS or federally guaranteed student loans. A Bankruptcy records search discloses information about individual bankruptcy.
Business bankruptcy is a legal procedure designed to help businesses repay their debts under the protection of the bankruptcy court. Depending on a business's ability to continue, there are two types of business bankruptcies available: Chapter 7 (liquidation) and Chapter 11 (when a repayment plan can happen).
A discharged bankruptcy occurs when a debtor is released from being bankrupt. In other words, they no longer have to repay the debts that are being covered and discharged in their bankruptcy. A discharged bankruptcy takes place within 12 months. It takes 3-4 months to complete a Chapter 7 and get a discharge.
Bankruptcy court cases, orders, deadlines, resolutions,dockets and pleadings are available through the bankruptcy court where the case was being heard. Court records and filing information can also be accessed online with a simple search performed on InfoTracer.
Apart from thecase information, there are specific court records that can be found in a report, such as dispositions, docket details, proof of claim, supporting documentation and repayment plans (if any).
The liens section will show liens status, liens type, debts and any court orders or that triggered them, property owner, the properties involved,the address, unpaid IRS taxes, easements and encumbrances.
The report will feature a legal judgments section with decisions made by a court of law related to your subject of interest, case details, parties' full names orcompany name, timeline and judgment status.
Within the criminal records part you gain further access to related criminal fraud,misdemeanors, embezzlement charges, felonies, convictions, criminal driving offenses, DUI, DWI, incarcerations and more.
In case of financial failure, there are four main types of bankruptcies accepted: Chapter 7 (theliquidation of insolvent businesses), Chapter 11 (allows reorganization), Chapter 13 (for individuals or sole traders), Chapter 12 (for family farmers and fishermen), Chapter 9 (for municipalitites), and Chapter 15 (international).
A bankruptcy case lookupis ready to disclosethe relevant bankruptcy records available for a given case including case number, state, date, bankruptcy type, disposition, docket details, case information, debtors, assets, liabilities, beneficiaries and trustees.
By running a quick bankruptcy lookup through InfoTracer, you will just need to provide the full name and the state of residence. Within seconds, wegather and display all the bankruptcy filings attributed to someone, organized into different easy-to-grasp sections.
Infotracer.com has one of the most extensive coverage areas in the industry. We cover over 3,500 federal, state & municipal sources nationwide. Spare a time consuming visit to a courthouse & save money by accessing the same records with our powerful online search.
Infotracer.com has one of the largest public records databases in the industry, over 2 billion records and counting. These range from criminal histories, arrest records, bankruptcy filings to assets, marriage & divorce records.
Our data is updated regularly to bring you one of the up-to-date records in the industry. Some of our data such as arrest records are updated on a daily basis across all available states.