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prepetition claim

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  • prepetition — adjective Of a claim, event, or condition existing prior to a bankruptcy petition. Ant: post petition, postpetition …   Wiktionary

  • unscheduled claim — A prepetition claim that, regardless of reason, was omitted from the bankruptcy schedules (SA Bankruptcy.com) United Glossary of Bankruptcy Terms 2012 …   Glossary of Bankruptcy

  • superpriority claim — USA superpriority claim, Also known as superpriority. Special priority status granted by the court to a claim arising after the filing of the bankruptcy petition, allowing it to be paid ahead of all other prepetition and postpetition claims,… …   Law dictionary

  • impaired claim — The modification of the prepetition contractual rights of a claim pursuant to the terms of a plan of reorganization (SA Bankruptcy.com) United Glossary of Bankruptcy Terms 2012 …   Glossary of Bankruptcy

  • roll-up — USA roll up, Also known as roll over. A provision in a DIP financing order which permits the debtor to apply the proceeds of the DIP financing to satisfy, in whole or in part, secured or unsecured prepetition indebtedness, with the effect of… …   Law dictionary

  • roll-over — USA roll up, Also known as roll over. A provision in a DIP financing order which permits the debtor to apply the proceeds of the DIP financing to satisfy, in whole or in part, secured or unsecured prepetition indebtedness, with the effect of… …   Law dictionary

  • setoff — I noun counter, counterbalance, counterdebt, counterdemand, counterpoise, counterweight, debt owed, equivalent claim, money due, offset, offsetting claim, recoupment associated concepts: counterclaim, cross claim II index indemnity …   Law dictionary

  • set-off — index counterclaim, drawback Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 set off …   Law dictionary

  • superpriority — USA superpriority claim, Also known as superpriority. Special priority status granted by the court to a claim arising after the filing of the bankruptcy petition, allowing it to be paid ahead of all other prepetition and postpetition claims,… …   Law dictionary

  • Marrama v. Citizens Bank of Massachusetts — Supreme Court of the United States Argued November 6, 2006 …   Wikipedia

  • rejection — The repudiation by the debtor (or trustee) of a prepetition executory contract. Rejection relieves the estate of any performance obligations leaving the other party to the contract with a prepetition unsecured claim for damages (SA… …   Glossary of Bankruptcy