Inadvertent failure to schedule debt lets debtors reopen case to fight creditor | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

Inadvertent failure to schedule debt lets debtors reopen case to fight creditor | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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Inadvertent failure to schedule debt lets debtors reopen case to fight creditor

2013 BKRDBRF 5180By Lisa UhlmanWESTLAW Bankruptcy Daily Briefing (Approx. 2 pages)

Inadvertent failure to schedule debt lets debtors reopen case to fight creditor

2013 BKRDBRF 5180By Lisa UhlmanWESTLAW Bankruptcy Daily Briefing (Approx. 2 pages)

Inadvertent failure to schedule debt lets debtors reopen case to fight creditor

(June 26, 2013) - A creditor whose debt a bankrupt couple inadvertently failed to list in their bankruptcy schedules willfully violated the discharge injunction when it filed a state court suit over the debt after it had learned of the bankruptcy, a...
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