bankruptcy and credit
The following terms have been tagged with the keyword bankruptcy and credit in our glossary.
- Credit Bureau
- Unsecured Creditors
- Involuntary Bankruptcy
- Asset or No Asset Case
- Contingent Claim
- Current Monthly Income (CMI)
The following questions have been tagged with the keyword bankruptcy and credit in our FAQ database.
- How does filing bankruptcy affect my credit?
- Will filing bankruptcy affect my ability to rent an apartment or buy a house?
- What is the downside to filing bankruptcy?
- Is bankruptcy the right option for me?
- How long does a voluntary surrender of a vehicle stay on your credit report?
- If I file bankruptcy on a creditor, can they object?
- What are the new bankruptcy laws?
- What is a reaffirmation agreement?
- What is debt settlement?
- What happens to your credit score if you file Chapter 13?
- After bankruptcy can I get a cheap car?
- How do I start over after bankruptcy?
- I am being sued for credit card debt and I do not know how to defend myself. Where can I get help?
- Can a credit union hold my car title if my other accounts are not paid with them?
- What questions will the bankruptcy trustee ask me?
- Can I add additional debts after I file bankruptcy?
- Can my student loans be discharged if I file bankruptcy?
- How long does it take to rebuild credit after filing for bankruptcy?
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Term of the Day
An anticipatory breach is a term used to describe when a person makes a declaration to the opposite party that they do not intent to fulfill the terms of their contract together.