The hospitalization, however, was so expensive it forced Jeannette into bankruptcy.
After the bankruptcy of Mt. Gox, the Japanese police opened an investigation into this case.
Often, bankruptcy or the threat of it is the only way these nasty tectonic-shifting changes can be pushed through.
Blondin is a bankruptcy lawyer, like Warren, and has known her for decades.
And if for some reason they needed some government help, that should have come getting them out of bankruptcy.
Hence it comes that no newspaper is trusted now, no books are bought, and the booksellers are on the eve of bankruptcy.
The slaves of an estate in bankruptcy must be sold publicly to the highest bidder.
From a safe covert he watched the redskins plunge him into bankruptcy.
It was at the suit of Gayarre the bankruptcy was declared, was it not?
Men will carry off curiosity with various kinds of laughter and bravado, just as they will carry off drunkenness or bankruptcy.
Legally declared insolvency, or inability to pay creditors.
Note: If an individual or a corporation declares bankruptcy, a court will appoint an official to make an inventory of the individual's or corporation's assets and to establish a schedule by which creditors can be partially repaid what is owed them.
Note: An individual who is lacking a specific resource or quality is sometimes said to be bankrupt, as in intellectually bankrupt or morally bankrupt.