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Loophole Spotted in Bankruptcy Reform Bill

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Loophole Spotted in Bankruptcy Reform Bill

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Loophole Spotted in Bankruptcy Reform Bill

Loophole Spotted in Bankruptcy Reform Bill

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A potential loophole in the bankruptcy bill passed by the House involves asset-protection trusts. These are legal devices that put assets such as stocks, bonds, houses and cars beyond the reach of a bankruptcy judge.

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