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Law360, New York (July 9, 2014, PM EDT) -- Chapter 5 of the Bankruptcy Code governs the avoidance of certain transfers.
This article will discuss preferences, which are a statutory cause of action arising under Section 547 of the Bankruptcy Code.
Preference targets are creditors such as trade creditors who did business on an unsecured basis with a troubled company that ultimately filed for bankruptcy.
The look-back period is generally 90 days from the petition date for noninsider creditors and one year for insiders.
While the preference provisions under the Bankruptcy Code are intended to...
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