Real Estate

Its Never Too Late to Deal with Unscheduled Assets

By: Krystiana L. Gembressi
St. John’s Law Student
American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review Staff
Recently, in In re Dunning Brothers Co.,[1] the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of California affirmed the longstanding tenet that unscheduled assets remain property of the bankruptcy estate indefinitelyThe court held that a bankruptcy case that was closed more than seventy years ago could be reopened following the later discovery of certain unscheduled assets.