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Chapter 12 and farm bankruptcy in California

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Robert Innes
Edward Keller
Hoy F. Carman

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California Agriculture 43(6):28-31.

Published November 01, 1989

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Abstract

A study of bankruptcy plans confirmed in California suggests the new Chapter 12 provisions of the Bankruptcy Code have increased the bargaining power of financially distressed farmers relative to their lenders. But Chapter 12 may lead to higher interest rates on new agricultural loans.

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Chapter 12 and farm bankruptcy in California

Robert Innes, Edward Keller, Hoy F. Carman
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Chapter 12 and farm bankruptcy in California

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Authors

Robert Innes
Edward Keller
Hoy F. Carman

Publication Information

California Agriculture 43(6):28-31.

Published November 01, 1989

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Abstract

A study of bankruptcy plans confirmed in California suggests the new Chapter 12 provisions of the Bankruptcy Code have increased the bargaining power of financially distressed farmers relative to their lenders. But Chapter 12 may lead to higher interest rates on new agricultural loans.

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Full text is available in PDF.

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