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Continuing Concealment Doctrine and Bankruptcy Code Section 727(a)(2)(A)

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Carlos J. Cuevas discusses the continuing concealment doctrine, which extends the statute of limitations period beyond one-year if a debtor has engaged in concealing assets.

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