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A contract provision that operates as a waiver of one of the party's rights in bankruptcy (legally termed an "ipso facto clause") is void. You cannot avoid the results of the company's future bankruptcy.
You can have a clause stating to the effect that:
But, bankruptcy cannot be one of the terms.
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