There are countless reasons to attend the 25th Annual NACBA Convention, May 4th-7th, but we’re giving you yet another reason to register for NACBA25! All NACBA Members who attend will receive a FREE copy of the United States Bankruptcy Code and Rules Booklet, 2017 Edition. This book (value $25) includes United States Bankruptcy Code Related Provisions in U.S.C., Titles 18, 26 & 28 Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure (with adopted F.R.Civ.P.)
To receive your FREE copy of the 2017 United States Bankruptcy Code and Rules Booklet, 2017 Edition, convention attendees will need to visit convention platinum sponsor BK Billing exhibitor area. No purchase necessary, just stop by the BK Billing area and request your copy. Without BK Billing support, this give-a-way would not be possible.
There’s not just one but two bonuses when you register for the 2016 Virtual Bankruptcy Workshop on December 9th and 16th! All attendees will be registered for a chance at winning 1 of 10 NCLC Consumer Bankruptcy Law & Practice 2016 Eleventh Edition (value $140). NACBA will be giving away ten (10) copies, at random, of the NCLC Consumer Bankruptcy Law & Practice 2016 Eleventh Edition.
Inside of the Consumer Bankruptcy Law & Practice 2016 11th Edition you’ll have access to:
Everything you need to know about the all-new official forms effective December 2015—the forms filled in for sample chapter 7 and 13 cases, with extensive annotations and instructions.
The new April 1, 2016 dollar amounts updated in the chapters and the Code.
Analysis and pleadings concerning the new requirements for mortgage servicers submitting proof of claims.
Reprints of the Bankruptcy Code, additional bankruptcy statutes, the bankruptcy rules, fee schedules, bankruptcy regulations, director’s forms, and more.
Automatic stay, the bankruptcy discharge, and remedies for stay and discharge violations
Using bankruptcy to deal with a foreclosure
Exemptions, lien avoidance, and secured claims
Hidden fees and overcharges in creditor claims
Litigating consumer cases in bankruptcy
Creditor reaffirmation abuses
Consumers as creditors of bankrupt merchants, landlords, or lenders.
Register Today for Your Chance to Receive This Invaluable Resource!