Thanks to Professor Robert Lawless of the University of Illinois College of Law, also of the Credit Slips blog, you can now save yourself from combing through dusty old books to find the language of Bankruptcy Code provisions going back as far as 1980. Need to find how Section 547 was worded prior to the enactment of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act ("BAPCPA"), or interested in tracing the evolution of exceptions to the automatic stay of Section 362? Then navigate over to the BankrLaw Project site. Once there, select a date and the site will provide you with the Bankruptcy Code in effect at that time, free of charge. This promises to be a very useful research tool when the text of older Bankruptcy Code provisions is in issue.
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