Purpose and scope of application.
SUBCHAPTER I—GENERAL PROVISIONS
International obligations of the United States.
Commencement of ancillary case.
Authorization to act in a foreign country.
Public policy exception.
SUBCHAPTER II—ACCESS OF FOREIGN REPRESENTATIVES AND CREDITORS TO THE COURT
Right of direct access.
Commencement of case under section
Participation of a foreign representative in a case under this title.
Access of foreign creditors to a case under this title.
Notification to foreign creditors concerning a case under this title.
SUBCHAPTER III—RECOGNITION OF A FOREIGN PROCEEDING AND RELIEF
Application for recognition.
Presumptions concerning recognition.
Order granting recognition.
Relief that may be granted upon filing petition for recognition.
Effects of recognition of a foreign main proceeding.
Relief that may be granted upon recognition.
Protection of creditors and other interested persons.
Actions to avoid acts detrimental to creditors.
Intervention by a foreign representative.
SUBCHAPTER IV—COOPERATION WITH FOREIGN COURTS AND FOREIGN REPRESENTATIVES
Cooperation and direct communication between the court and foreign courts or foreign representatives.
Cooperation and direct communication between the trustee and foreign courts or foreign representatives.
Forms of cooperation.
SUBCHAPTER V—CONCURRENT PROCEEDINGS
Commencement of a case under this title after recognition of a foreign main proceeding.
Coordination of a case under this title and a foreign proceeding.
Coordination of more than 1 foreign proceeding.
Presumption of insolvency based on recognition of a foreign main proceeding.
Rule of payment in concurrent proceedings.
A prior chapter 15, consisting of sections
151326, related to a pilot program for a United States trustee system, prior to repeal by Pub. L. 99–554, title II, § 231,Oct. 27, 1986, 100 Stat. 3103.
Footnotes  So in original. Section catchline amended by Pub. L. 111–327without corresponding amendment of chapter analysis.
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