Archive for July 5, 2013
Bankruptcy with foreclosure can be a traumatizing scenario. Nobody wants to face the prospect of losing their home, which is what makes asking bankruptcy law attorneys for bankruptcy tips and advice, like “Can I file for bankruptcy?” or “Can one spouse file bankruptcy?” so important. Here are some facts you need to consider if you think you are going to face bankruptcy with foreclosure soon.
Firstly, you need to know that falsifications on bankruptcy forms constitute perjury, and bankruptcy fraud is a federal crime in the United States of America. Also, according to the United States Bankruptcy Code, in order to file Chapter 13, you cannot have more than 922,975 in secured debt and 307,675 dollars in unsecured debt. If you did not know, under Chapter 13, bankruptcy, you repay all or at least par
If you are in the machining industry, chances are pretty high that at one point or another you will have to replace the tool holders on your machining tools. If you are using high velocity, high output machines then you should definitely be using a tool holder. For those not in the industry, a tool holder is often thought to reference a tool box or belt. However, a tool holder refers to a piece that secures another into a machining device.
Consider the ER collet. This tool holder is the most widely used clamping system in the world. It is used to secure drill bits, small cutting blades, and other precision machining tools that need to be replaced often. There in lies the importance of holders. Instead of having to replace the whole