The Bankruptcy Code lists various types of entities which are defined as a “corporation.” These include:
- association having a power or privilege that a private corporation, but not an individual or a partnership, possesses;
- partnership association organized under a law that makes only the capital subscribed responsible for the debts of such association;
- joint-stock company;
- unincorporated company or association; or
- business trust;
but further expressly excluding a limited liability partnership. 11 U.S.C. § 101(9).