Adversary Proceeding Complaint For Turnover of Property by Non-Custodial Entity (Bankruptcy)
About this template
This template can be used to start an adversary proceeding in accordance with section 542 of the Bankruptcy Code, which requires a non-custodial entity to turn over property belonging to the debtor or the estate.
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