Adversary proceeding

Danish translation: konkursbegæring / konkursbehandling

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English term or phrase:Adversary proceeding
Danish translation:konkursbegæring / konkursbehandling
Entered by: Steen Johnsen

15:27 Jul 14, 2008
English to Danish translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
English term or phrase: Adversary proceeding
Summons and notice in adversary proceeding.
Steen Johnsen
Denmark
Local time: 10:50
konkursbegæring / konkursbehandling
Explanation:
Jeg er ikke sikker på, at de danske begreber dækker helt det samme, men måske kan disse beskrivelser af en "adversary proceeding" hjælpe dig...

"For the most part, credit card debt is dischargeable, but there are certain instances when a credit card company will protest the discharge of its debt by filing an adversary proceeding. An adversary proceeding is a lawsuit that requests that the Court find that your debt is not discharged in bankruptcy." (Første link)

"A bankruptcy case is the proceeding under Chapter 7, 11, 12, or 13 of Title 11 of the United States Code that is commenced by the filing of a bankruptcy petition, concerning a person, partnership, or corporation that is the debtor. An adversary proceeding is a lawsuit filed within the bankruptcy case. It is an action commenced by a plaintiff filing a complaint against one or more defendants. An adversary proceeding resembles a typical civil case from state court. The plaintiff is the person, partnership or corporation initiating the lawsuit. The defendant is the person, partnership or corporation being sued."
(Andet link)

Se evt. også dette link for beskrivelse af konkursbegæring: http://www.retssal.dk/vis_side.php3?side=34
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Mette Melchior
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Local time: 10:50
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adversary proceeding
konkursbegæring / konkursbehandling


Explanation:
Jeg er ikke sikker på, at de danske begreber dækker helt det samme, men måske kan disse beskrivelser af en "adversary proceeding" hjælpe dig...

"For the most part, credit card debt is dischargeable, but there are certain instances when a credit card company will protest the discharge of its debt by filing an adversary proceeding. An adversary proceeding is a lawsuit that requests that the Court find that your debt is not discharged in bankruptcy." (Første link)

"A bankruptcy case is the proceeding under Chapter 7, 11, 12, or 13 of Title 11 of the United States Code that is commenced by the filing of a bankruptcy petition, concerning a person, partnership, or corporation that is the debtor. An adversary proceeding is a lawsuit filed within the bankruptcy case. It is an action commenced by a plaintiff filing a complaint against one or more defendants. An adversary proceeding resembles a typical civil case from state court. The plaintiff is the person, partnership or corporation initiating the lawsuit. The defendant is the person, partnership or corporation being sued."
(Andet link)

Se evt. også dette link for beskrivelse af konkursbegæring: http://www.retssal.dk/vis_side.php3?side=34


    Reference: http://www.attorneymarcweinberg.com/
    Reference: http://www.nmcourt.fed.us/usbc/adversaries
Mette Melchior
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Local time: 10:50
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