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Union Calendar No. 27 108th CONGRESS 1st Session H. R. 975 [Report No. 108-40, Part I] To amend title 11 of the United States Code, and for other purposes. _______________________________________________________________________ IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES February 27, 2003 Mr. Sensenbrenner (for himself, Mr. Boucher, Mr. Cannon, Mr. Andrews, Mr. Bachus, Mr. Castle, Mr. Chabot, Mr. Coble, Mr. Cramer, Mr. Crowley, Mr. Dooley of California, Mr. Dreier, Mr. English, Mr. Feeney, Mr. Flake, Mr. Foley, Mr. Goodlatte, Ms. Hart, Mr. Issa, Mr. Keller, Mr. Kennedy of Minnesota, Mr. King of Iowa, Mr. Lucas of Kentucky, Mr. Menendez, Mrs. Myrick, Mr. Ney, Mr. Oxley, Mr. Pence, Mr. Pitts, Ms. Pryce of Ohio, Mr. Rothman, Mr. Royce, Mr. Ryun of Kansas, Mr. Sessions, Mr. Smith of Washington, Mr. Smith of Michigan, Mr. Tauzin, Mr. Terry, Mr. Tiberi, Mr. Toomey, Mr. Frost, Mrs. Biggert, Mr. Reynolds, Mrs. Northup, Mr. LaTourette, Mrs. Tauscher, Ms. Eddie Bernice Johnson of Texas, Mr. Gibbons, Mr. Blunt, Mr. Simpson, and Mr. Kingston) introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary, and in addition to the Committee on Financial Services, for a period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for consideration of such provisions as fall within the jurisdiction of the committee concerned March 18, 2003 Additional sponsors: Mr. Simmons, Mr. Jenkins, Mr. Platts, Mr. Nethercutt, Mr. Baker, Mr. Schrock, Mr. Ramstad, Mr. Smith of Texas, Mr. Cole, Mr. Otter, Mr. Rogers of Michigan, Mr. Brown of South Carolina, Mr. Weller, Ms. Ginny Brown-Waite of Florida, Mr. Boehner, Mr. Hostettler, Mr. Goode, Mr. Burton of Indiana, Mr. Wamp, Mr. Souder, Mr. Rehberg, Mr. Sweeney, Mr. Upton, Mr. Janklow, Mr. Lewis of Kentucky, Mr. Cantor, Mr. Hoekstra, Mr. Fletcher, Mr. Bonilla, Mr. Buyer, Mr. Akin, Mr. Beauprez, Mr. Davis of Florida, Mr. Gary G. Miller of California, Mr. DeMint, Mr. Linder, Ms. Hooley of Oregon, Mr. Kolbe, and Mr. Bereuter March 18, 2003 Reported from the Committee on the Judiciary with an amendment [Strike out all after the enacting clause and insert the part printed in italic] March 18, 2003 Referral to the Committee on Financial Services extended for a period ending not later than March 18, 2003 March 18, 2003 Committee on Financial Services discharged; committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union and ordered to be printed [For text of introduced bill, see copy of bill as introduced on February 27, 2003] _______________________________________________________________________ A BILL To amend title 11 of the United States Code, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE; REFERENCES; TABLE OF CONTENTS. (a) Short Title.--This Act may be cited as the ``Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2003''. (b) Table of Contents.--The table of contents for this Act is as follows: Sec. 1. Short title; references; table of contents. TITLE I--NEEDS-BASED BANKRUPTCY Sec. 101. Conversion. Sec. 102. Dismissal or conversion. Sec. 103. Sense of Congress and study. Sec. 104. Notice of alternatives. Sec. 105. Debtor financial management training test program. Sec. 106. Credit counseling. Sec. 107. Schedules of reasonable and necessary expenses. TITLE II--ENHANCED CONSUMER PROTECTION Subtitle A--Penalties for Abusive Creditor Practices Sec. 201. Promotion of alternative dispute resolution. Sec. 202. Effect of discharge. Sec. 203. Discouraging abuse of reaffirmation agreement practices. Sec. 204. Preservation of claims and defenses upon sale of predatory loans. Sec. 205. GAO study and report on reaffirmation agreement process. Subtitle B--Priority Child Support Sec. 211. Definition of domestic support obligation. Sec. 212. Priorities for claims for domestic support obligations. Sec. 213. Requirements to obtain confirmation and discharge in cases involving domestic support obligations. Sec. 214. Exceptions to automatic stay in domestic support obligation proceedings. Sec. 215. Nondischargeability of certain debts for alimony, maintenance, and support. Sec. 216. Continued liability of property. Sec. 217. Protection of domestic support claims against preferential transfer motions. Sec. 218. Disposable income defined. Sec. 219. Collection of child support. Sec. 220. Nondischargeability of certain educational benefits and loans. Subtitle C--Other Consumer Protections Sec. 221. Amendments to discourage abusive bankruptcy filings. Sec. 222. Sense of Congress. Sec. 223. Additional amendments to title 11, United States Code. Sec. 224. Protection of retirement savings in bankruptcy. Sec. 225. Protection of education savings in bankruptcy. Sec. 226. Definitions. Sec. 227. Restrictions on debt relief agencies. Sec. 228. Disclosures. Sec. 229. Requirements for debt relief agencies. Sec. 230. GAO study. Sec. 231. Protection of personally identifiable information. Sec. 232. Consumer privacy ombudsman. Sec. 233. Prohibition on disclosure of name of minor children. TITLE III--DISCOURAGING BANKRUPTCY ABUSE Sec. 301. Reinforcement of the fresh start. Sec. 302. Discouraging bad faith repeat filings. Sec. 303. Curbing abusive filings. Sec. 304. Debtor retention of personal property security. Sec. 305. Relief from the automatic stay when the debtor does not complete intended surrender of consumer debt collateral. Sec. 306. Giving secured creditors fair treatment in chapter 13. Sec. 307. Domiciliary requirements for exemptions. Sec. 308. Reduction of homestead exemption for fraud. Sec. 309. Protecting secured creditors in chapter 13 cases. Sec. 310. Limitation on luxury goods. Sec. 311. Automatic stay. Sec. 312. Extension of period between bankruptcy discharges. Sec. 313. Definition of household goods and antiques. Sec. 314. Debt incurred to pay nondischargeable debts. Sec. 315. Giving creditors fair notice in chapters 7 and 13 cases. Sec. 316. Dismissal for failure to timely file schedules or provide required information. Sec. 317. Adequate time to prepare for hearing on confirmation of the plan. Sec. 318. Chapter 13 plans to have a 5-year duration in certain cases. Sec. 319. Sense of Congress regarding expansion of rule 9011 of the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure. Sec. 320. Prompt relief from stay in individual cases. Sec. 321. Chapter 11 cases filed by individuals. Sec. 322. Limitations on homestead exemption. Sec. 323. Excluding employee benefit plan participant contributions and other property from the estate. Sec. 324. Exclusive jurisdiction in matters involving bankruptcy professionals. Sec. 325. United States trustee program filing fee increase. Sec. 326. Sharing of compensation. Sec. 327. Fair valuation of collateral. Sec. 328. Defaults based on nonmonetary obligations. Sec. 329. Clarification of postpetition wages and benefits. Sec. 330. Delay of discharge during pendency of certain proceedings. TITLE IV--GENERAL AND SMALL BUSINESS BANKRUPTCY PROVISIONS Subtitle A--General Business Bankruptcy Provisions Sec. 401. Adequate protection for investors. Sec. 402. Meetings of creditors and equity security holders. Sec. 403. Protection of refinance of security interest. Sec. 404. Executory contracts and unexpired leases. Sec. 405. Creditors and equity security holders committees. Sec. 406. Amendment to section 546 of title 11, United States Code. Sec. 407. Amendments to section 330(a) of title 11, United States Code. Sec. 408. Postpetition disclosure and solicitation. Sec. 409. Preferences. Sec. 410. Venue of certain proceedings. Sec. 411. Period for filing plan under chapter 11. Sec. 412. Fees arising from certain ownership interests. Sec. 413. Creditor representation at first meeting of creditors. Sec. 414. Definition of disinterested person. Sec. 415. Factors for compensation of professional persons. Sec. 416. Appointment of elected trustee. Sec. 417. Utility service. Sec. 418. Bankruptcy fees. Sec. 419. More complete information regarding assets of the estate. Subtitle B--Small Business Bankruptcy Provisions Sec. 431. Flexible rules for disclosure statement and plan. Sec. 432. Definitions. Sec. 433. Standard form disclosure statement and plan. Sec. 434. Uniform national reporting requirements. Sec. 435. Uniform reporting rules and forms for small business cases. Sec. 436. Duties in small business cases. Sec. 437. Plan filing and confirmation deadlines. Sec. 438. Plan confirmation deadline. Sec. 439. Duties of the United States trustee. Sec. 440. Scheduling conferences. Sec. 441. Serial filer provisions. Sec. 442. Expanded grounds for dismissal or conversion and appointment of trustee. Sec. 443. Study of operation of title 11, United States Code, with respect to small businesses. Sec. 444. Payment of interest. Sec. 445. Priority for administrative expenses. Sec. 446. Duties with respect to a debtor who is a plan administrator of an employee benefit plan. Sec. 447. Appointment of committee of retired employees. TITLE V--MUNICIPAL BANKRUPTCY PROVISIONS Sec. 501. Petition and proceedings related to petition. Sec. 502. Applicability of other sections to chapter 9. TITLE VI--BANKRUPTCY DATA Sec. 601. Improved bankruptcy statistics. Sec. 602. Uniform rules for the collection of bankruptcy data. Sec. 603. Audit procedures. Sec. 604. Sense of Congress regarding availability of bankruptcy data. TITLE VII--BANKRUPTCY TAX PROVISIONS Sec. 701. Treatment of certain liens. Sec. 702. Treatment of fuel tax claims. Sec. 703. Notice of request for a determination of taxes. Sec. 704. Rate of interest on tax claims. Sec. 705. Priority of tax claims. Sec. 706. Priority property taxes incurred. Sec. 707. No discharge of fraudulent taxes in chapter 13. Sec. 708. No discharge of fraudulent taxes in chapter 11. Sec. 709. Stay of tax proceedings limited to prepetition taxes. Sec. 710. Periodic payment of taxes in chapter 11 cases. Sec. 711. Avoidance of statutory tax liens prohibited. Sec. 712. Payment of taxes in the conduct of business. Sec. 713. Tardily filed priority tax claims. Sec. 714. Income tax returns prepared by tax authorities. Sec. 715. Discharge of the estate's liability for unpaid taxes. Sec. 716. Requirement to file tax returns to confirm chapter 13 plans. Sec. 717. Standards for tax disclosure. Sec. 718. Setoff of tax refunds. Sec. 719. Special provisions related to the treatment of State and local taxes. Sec. 720. Dismissal for failure to timely file tax returns. TITLE VIII--ANCILLARY AND OTHER CROSS-BORDER CASES Sec. 801. Amendment to add chapter 15 to title 11, United States Code. Sec. 802. Other amendments to titles 11 and 28, United States Code. TITLE IX--FINANCIAL CONTRACT PROVISIONS Sec. 901. Treatment of certain agreements by conservators or receivers of insured depository institutions. Sec. 902. Authority of the corporation with respect to failed and failing institutions. Sec. 903. Amendments relating to transfers of qualified financial contracts. Sec. 904. Amendments relating to disaffirmance or repudiation of qualified financial contracts. Sec. 905. Clarifying amendment relating to master agreements. Sec. 906. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Improvement Act of 1991. Sec. 907. Bankruptcy law amendments. Sec. 908. Recordkeeping requirements. Sec. 909. Exemptions from contemporaneous execution requirement. Sec. 910. Damage measure. Sec. 911. SIPC stay. TITLE X--PROTECTION OF FAMILY FARMERS AND FAMILY FISHERMEN Sec. 1001. Permanent reenactment of chapter 12. Sec. 1002. Debt limit increase. Sec. 1003. Certain claims owed to governmental units. Sec. 1004. Definition of family farmer. Sec. 1005. 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