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Minnesota bankruptcies

Chapter 7 is a petition to liquidate assets and discharge debts. Chapter 11 is a petition for protection from creditors and to reorganize. Chapter 12 is a petition for family farmers to reorganize. Chapter 13 is a petition for wage earners to rea...

Chapter 7 is a petition to liquidate assets and discharge debts.

Chapter 11 is a petition for protection from creditors and to reorganize.

Chapter 12 is a petition for family farmers to reorganize.

Chapter 13 is a petition for wage earners to readjust debts.

Filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court

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Minnesota

Bankruptcy filings from the following counties: Becker, Clay, Douglas, Grant, Hubbard, Mahnomen, Norman, Otter Tail, Polk, Traverse, Wadena and Wilkin.

Jinny Ann Beckman, Wendell, program technician, Chapter 7, debts of $25,673, assets of $6,495.

Steven Ray and Rebecca Lea Anderson, Alexandria, Chapter 7, debts of $49,461, assets of $17,191.

Collin and Michele Current, Park Rapids, Chapter 7, debts of $274,238, assets of $284,009. Current is a customer service agent. Mrs. Current is unemployed.

Todd Darren and Rebecca Pauline Rodgers, Alexandria, Chapter 7, debts of $135,363, assets of $155,289. Rodgers is a team leader.

Larry James Birchem, 1324 34th Ave. S., Moorhead, Chapter 7, debts of $18,588, assets of $2,085.

Carmen Joan and Herbert Arlen Johnson, Alexandria, Chapter 7, debts of $229,278, assets of $170,179.

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Janet E. Reynolds, Crookston, truck driver, Chapter 7, debts of $29,905, assets of $14,570.

Paul Vincent Cermak and Tina Marie Brandenburg-Cermak, Lake George, Chapter 7, debts of $180,392, assets of $154,946. Cermak is a road maintenance worker. Mrs. Brandenburg-Cermak is a park employee.

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