A proof of claim is a document filed with the court in a bankruptcy case that registers a creditor’s claim against assets of the bankruptcy estate. A more simplified explanation is that it’s the form the creditor completes and files that tells the bankruptcy court how much that creditor is owed and why. ItGo to Resource

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy – What Is It?

  Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases tend toward the routine. The debtor files a bankruptcy petition, the trustee holds a “Meeting of Creditors” wherein the debtor is questioned under oath about the bankruptcy and a trustee determines whether the debtor has any assets that may be sold to pay his/her creditors.  If the trustee finds thereGo to Resource

Associations and Loans: Review Your Documents Before Plunging In

Now that the economy is at an upturn and associations are feeling more financially stable, many associations are investing in capital improvements for their communities.  Whether it’s installing a new swimming pool in the community, installing all new roofs, or upgrading the playground equipment, these types of projects are expensive and, oftentimes, require associations toGo to Resource
Suppose an owner in your association has requested access (inspection and/or copying) to certain financial records of the association.  What are the obligations of the board to provide this information?  Can it withhold any information?  Can you charge for access?  The answers are provided for in Colorado law (both the Colorado Common Interest Ownership ActGo to Resource