involuntary gap claim
Bankruptcy. A claim that accrues in the ordinary course of business after an involuntary bankruptcy petition has been filed but before the order for relief or the appointment of a trustee.
? The Bankruptcy Code gives priority to creditors with claims of this type to encourage creditors to continue dealing with a debtor until the debtor has a chance to challenge the involuntary petition. [Cases: Bankruptcy 2833. C.J.S. Bankruptcy ¡ì 240.]
What is the preferred translation of the term involuntary gap claim by Chinese lawyers?
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