Section 1511: Commencement of Case Under Section 301 or 303
Title 11 of the United States Code - Bankruptcy ANCILLARY AND OTHER CROSS-BORDER CASES – CHAPTER 15
Commencement of Case Under Section 301 or 303 –Section 151111 USCS § 1511
(a) Upon recognition, a foreign representative may commence--
(1) an involuntary case under section 303 [11 USCS § 303]; or
(2) a voluntary case under section 301 or 302 [11 USCS § 301 or 302], if the foreign proceeding is a foreign main proceeding.
(b) The petition commencing a case under subsection (a) must be accompanied by a certified copy of an order granting recognition. The court where the petition for recognition has been filed must be advised of the foreign representative's intent to commence a case under subsection (a) prior to such commencement.
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