1 edition of Role of the trustee in the 70"s. found in the catalog.
Role of the trustee in the 70"s.
|Contributions||Chudleigh, Ann, Ontario Association of Art Galleries.|
|LC Classifications||N420 R65|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||86|
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The vast majority of bankruptcy cases are filed by consumers rather than businesses. Most consumer cases are filed under either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 of the federal Bankruptcy Code. Approximately 70 percent of cases are Chapter 7 liquidations filed by consumers, and nearly 30 percent are.
Become a Library Trustee Library trustees are powerful advocates for libraries. Through the coordination, hard work, and determination of trustees, new libraries have been built, budgets have been restored and increased, and new respect has been generated for the powerful role libraries play in.
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