Definition - What does Schedules mean?
Justipedia explains Schedules
Depending on the type of bankruptcy, a business may need to list inventory owned which fall above a certain value. The value can be most accurately provided by a bankruptcy attorney, a bankruptcy Trustee, or by consulting both the federal and the state statutes for bankruptcy. Often, the inventory may be liquidated in an effort to recoup as much money as possible to pay debts incurred by the businss.
The number of schedules is determined by the type of bankruptcy. Even if a particular schedule will not be used, it is often included and marked as "N/A."