Bankruptcy Rule 2004

Bankruptcy Rule 2004
Bankruptcy Rule 2004
a provision of the Bankruptcy Code that allows one party in a bankruptcy proceeding to compel discovery or other examination against another party (Glossary of Common Bankruptcy Terms)

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