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August 10, 2009

Delaware Filings in July, 2009

DEB

223

0

193

66

0

5

482

I started wondering about how many cases were filed in Delaware in July, 2009 to give us in the Central District some perspective.  The above table says 223 chapter 7s were filed in July, -0- individual chapter 11s, 193 total chapter 11s, 66 chapter 13s, -0- chapter 9s, and 5 chapter 15s.  Remember Delaware has only one bankruptcy court district.

NYSB

877

8

53

184

1

1

1114

How 'bout Manhatten, Southern District of New York?  There were 877 chapter 7s (compared to 7,761 in the Central District of California); 8 individual chapter 11s, 53 total chapter 11, 184 chapter 13s, 1 chapter 9, and 1 chapter 15.

CACB

7761

33

71

2053

0

0

9886

This is the Central District of California numbers.  Ch 7 - 7,761; individual ch 11 - 33, total ch 11 - 71, 2,053 ch 13, no 9s and no 15s.   

The second highest number of chapter 7s is in Florida, 4,153.  Only three other districts (out of 95) had more than 3,000; Eastern Michigan, Northern Ill, and Eastern California.

Thanks to the Bankruptcy Data Project. 

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Until the purported intellectual elite stop burying their head in the sand and face the reality of DE's basic logic tree - the tilted favor toward the 1st state shall continue.

For I do not know which is more of a national crime - the rape of innocents post petition, the fact that application of the Law by tax paid public servants is arbitrary & capricious (and worse) in DE - BLATANTLY

Or the fact that all of those who teach and expound upon their professionalism are Too chicken to point out the Obvious!

Posted by: Laser Haas | Aug 13, 2009 2:11:15 PM

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