in the U.S. Code collection, Can the bankruptcy court confirm the debtor's plan of reorganization?
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I don't understand the question. Of course the bankruptcy court can confirm a debtor's plan for reorganization. But I am not sure what you are asking. Under what circumstances? I think you should post a question under bankruptcy law about the precise situation and the details and what kind of plan of reorganization might be approved.
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