date of adjudication in bankruptcy


date of adjudication in bankruptcy
The date of the filing of any petition which operates as an adjudication, or the date of entry of a decree of adjudication, or, if such decree is appealed from, then the date when such decree is finally confirmed or the appeal is dismissed. Bankr Act § 1(12); 11 USC 1(12); 9 Am J2d Bankr § 264.

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