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Debtor's commissions don't qualify for 'tools of trade' exemption (Bkrtcy.C.D.Cal.)

2016 BKRDBRF 0436By Lisa UhlmanWESTLAW Bankruptcy Daily Briefing (Approx. 2 pages)

Debtor's commissions don't qualify for 'tools of trade' exemption (Bkrtcy.C.D.Cal.)

2016 BKRDBRF 0436By Lisa UhlmanWESTLAW Bankruptcy Daily Briefing (Approx. 2 pages)

Debtor's commissions don't qualify for 'tools of trade' exemption (Bkrtcy.C.D.Cal.)

(July 22, 2016) - Commissions a debtor earned in his real estate business are not "tools of the trade" that he can protect from creditors in his Chapter 7 case under a California exemption law, a bankruptcy judge in Los Angeles has ruled.
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