|Bankruptcy: duties of debtor|
It is the duty of the debtor to cooperate in every possible way with the court, and the trustee. Failure to do so could be contempt of court. He must: (1) give a full list of his property and creditors; (2) attend meetings when required to do so; (3) submit to an examination (either a public examination or an examination by the creditors); (4) generally, when adjudicated bankrupt, go to more than ordinary trouble to help realize this property and distribute it among his creditors.
|Reference: The Penguin Business Dictionary, 3rd edt.|