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True or False: (Concerning Bankruptcy law)?

States may create statutory liens which become effective upon the debtor’s bankruptcy or insolvency, thereby avoiding the priority scheme of the Banruptcy Code.

True or False?

Thanks for you assistance,
Korey

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