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Article Of Agreement Contractual arrangement used in some states under which a buyer purchases real estate from a seller over a period of time, usually by making periodic installment payments. Title is not conveyed to the buyer until the final payment is made. Also called land contract
As-extracted Collateral Oil, gas, or other minerals that are subject to a security interest that is created by a debtor having an interest in the minerals either before or after extraction. A security interest can also include accounts arising out of the sale at the wellhead or minehead of oil, gas, or other minerals in which the debtor had an interest before extraction. A category of personal property collateral defined by the 2000 revisions to Article 9 of the UCC.
Asset Sensitive Describes an entity's position when an increase in interest rates will help the entity and a decrease in interest rates will hurt the entity. An entity is asset sensitive when the impact of the change in its assets is larger than the impact of the change in its liabilities after a change in prevailing interest rates. This occurs when either the timing or the amount of the rate changes for liabilities causes interest expense to change by more than the change in interest income. The impact of a change in prevailing interest rates may be measured in terms of the change in the value of assets and liabilities. In that case, an asset-sensitive entity's economic value of equity increases when prevailing rates rise or declines when prevailing rates fall. Alternatively, the impact of a change in prevailing rates may be measured in terms of the change in the interest income and expense for assets and liabilities. In that case, an asset-sensitive entity's earnings or net income increases when prevailing rates rise and declines when prevailing rates fall.
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Dora Holley Hogg graduated cum laude from Davidson College in 1999 and received her juris doctor from the University of South Carolina School of Law in 2003. She practiced in Columbia, SC, before returning to her hometown of Augusta in January 2007 to practice with Fulcher Hagler LLP. She currently focuses her practice in the areas of employment law, railroad litigation, and family law. Her experience in employment matters includes responding to charges filed with the Equal Employment Opportuni
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Sonja was born in Forrest City, Arkansas, but spent several years moving around the Southeast, spending time in Lexington and Charleston, before her family finally settled in Tega Cay, South Carolina, where she graduated from Fort Mill High School in Fort Mill, South Carolina in 1989.  From there, she traveled to Athens, Georgia to attend the University of Georgia, where she received her undergraduate and law degrees in 1993 and 1996, respectively. After graduating from law school, Sonja moved
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Steve joined the Business and Taxation Group of Fulcher Hagler LLP as an Associate Attorney in 2011. A graduate of the University of Georgia (Journalism, 2003) and the University of South Carolina School of Law (Juris Doctor, cum laude, 2011), his practice areas include estate planning, probate and estate administration, taxation, corporate and business organizations, personal asset protection, contracts, and property transactions. Having previously worked as a newspaper sports reporter and wri
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Education Indiana University - Bloomington , IndianaBachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Political Science Southwestern University - Los Angeles, CalifoniaJuris Doctor Practice Areas Criminal Defense, Foreclosure Defense,Bankruptcy, Family Law Professional Memberships and Affiliations The Florida Bar 2014, The Illinois Bar 2012, The California Bar 2005
A revocation of debts that have been discharged under bankruptcy proceedings is possible where fraud is involved because the bankruptcy code expressly prohibits fraud on the part of the debtor. Not only can fraud in debts not being discharged, or in a discharge being revoked, but if a debtor engages in fraud during the bankruptcy (or immediately prior to the bankruptcy), then the debtor can be subject to criminal prosecution.
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An EEOC representative will contact the employee and employer concerning their participation in the program. If both parties agree, a mediation session conducted by a trained and experienced mediator is scheduled. While it is not necessary to have an attorney or other representation in order to participate in EEOC's Mediation Program, either party may choose to do so. It is important that persons attending the mediation session have the authority to resolve the dispute. If mediation is unsuccessful, the charge is investigated like any other charge.
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The bankruptcy code section 727(a)(6) lists several acts of impropriety that may be committed by a debtor that can result in the discharge being revoked. The creditor, in general, will need to prove that the improper or fraudulent act was done by the debtor and that the act was done on purpose for the aim of defrauding the bankruptcy court and/or having debts discharged that should not have been discharged. For example, a creditor can prove that the debtor came into some property that should have been part of the bankruptcy estate, and that debtor instead hid the property in order to keep it. This is just one example of a scenario in which the discharge of debt may be revoked.
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