Q 22Q 22
Which of the following is false regarding provisions of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005?
A) Under the act, an individual may not generally be considered a debtor unless within 180 days prior to filing, the debtor receives credit counseling from a nonprofit budget and credit counseling agency.
B) Under the act, if an individual was a debtor in a bankruptcy case that was dismissed within 180 days of the current case, the individual is generally not eligible to be a debtor under Chapters 7, 11, or 13.
C) Under the act, if a previous bankruptcy was completed rather than dismissed, the individual is generally permitted to file for bankruptcy again.
D) Under the act if a party completes a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, the party is not permitted to seek a Chapter 7 bankruptcy again for eight years.
E) Under the act if a party has at least $10,000 in assets, the party may not file for any type of bankruptcy protection.