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1. Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1978

2. Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1994

3. PACER (Public Access to Court Electronic Records)

4. petition

5. post-petition

6. Chapter 9

7. plaintiff

8. Conversion

9. administrative claim

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11. filing fees

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21. pro rata

22. Chapter 20

23. convenience claims

24. Bankruptcy Code

25. schedules

26. Bankruptcy Act of 1934

27. disclosure statement

28. secured creditors

29. plan of reorganization

30. docket

31. personal bankruptcy

32. Bankruptcy Amendments of 1984

33. tax loss carry-forward

34. effective date

35. Debtor

36. creditors' committee

37. 341 meeting

38. matrix

39. business bankruptcy

40. Bankruptcy Act of 1898

41. bankruptcy court

42. fraudulent conveyance

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44. motion to lift automatic stay

45. unliquidated claim

46. contingent claim

47. Bankruptcy proceedings

48. bankruptcy administrator

49. Chapter 13

50. bankruptcy petition

51. impairment

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53. VCIS (Voice Case Information System)

54. set-off

55. skeleton filing

56. liquidating reorganization

57. Chandler Act of 1938

58. Chapter 33

59. allowed claim

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63. ECF

64. Section 77B

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66. executory contract

67. nunc pro tunc

68. wage-earner bankruptcy

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71. Chapter 7 Trustee

72. Chapter 12

73. Section 304

74. Retired Benefits Bankruptcy Protection Act

75. examiner

76. contested matter

77. 363 sale

78. fresh start

79. distressed

80. nondischargeable debt

81. liquidation value

82. pre-petition

83. insider (of corporate debtor)

84. liquidated claim

85. Confirmation

86. Section 77 (of 1933 Act)

87. Bankruptcy

88. Creditor

89. United States Trustee

90. equitable subordination

91. unsecured creditor

92. Insolvency

93. Voluntary Bankruptcy

94. Equity

95. gap period

96. omnibus hearing

97. interests

98. dischargeable debt

99. first meeting of creditors (341 meeting)

100. Receiver

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No-load Mutual Fund

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You buy a no-load mutual fund directly from the investment company that sponsors the fund. You pay no sales charge, or load, on the fund when you buy or sell shares.Although, no-load funds may charge a redemption fee if you sell before a certain time has elapsed in order to limit short-term turnover. Some fund companies charge an annual fee, called a 12b-1 fee, to offset their marketing costs. Your share of this fee is a percentage of the value of your holdings in the fund.You may also be able to buy no-load funds through a mutual fund network, sometimes known as a mutual fund supermarket, typically sponsored by a discount brokerage firm. If you have an account with the firm, you can choose among no-load funds sponsored by a number of different investment companies.load funds and no-load funds making similar investments tend to produce almost equivalent total returns over the long term - say ten years or more. But it can take an investor nearly that long to offset the higher cost of buying load funds.

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