An adversary proceeding is essentially the bankruptcy court’s version of a civil action to recover money or property (other than a proceeding to compel the debtor to deliver property to the trustee) or a proceeding under section 554(b) or section 725 or Bankruptcy Rule 2017 or 6002.
An adversary proceeding is opened by filing a complaint asking the court to rule on an issue related to a bankruptcy case. The adversary proceeding is given a new case number that is separate from the number of the associated bankruptcy case.
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Hajar is an associate with Much Shelist in both its Business Transactions Group and its Restructuring & Insolvency Group.