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The Small Business Reorganization Act: How Subchapter V Election Changes A Small Business Debtor’s B

The Small Business Reorganization Act (SBRA) is a recently enacted law that provides relief to small businesses facing bankruptcy. The SBRA allows small business debtors to reorganize their debts through Subchapter V of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. This new election process gives small business debtors more flexibility in how they reorganize their debts, as well as providing protection from creditors who may otherwise be aggressive in pursuing repayment.

For small businesses, the Subchapter V election offers a number of benefits, including streamlining the filing process, allowing for faster repayment of creditors, and reducing legal costs associated with filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. It also allows debtors to maintain control over their own restructuring plans and helps protect them from claims by creditors that could otherwise jeopardize their operations or assets.

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