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Returned checks don't mean claim is abandoned, bankruptcy judge says

2023 BKRDBRF 0412By David J. Light, Esq.WESTLAW Bankruptcy Daily Briefing (Approx. 2 pages)

Returned checks don't mean claim is abandoned, bankruptcy judge says

2023 BKRDBRF 0412By David J. Light, Esq.WESTLAW Bankruptcy Daily Briefing (Approx. 2 pages)

Returned checks don't mean claim is abandoned, bankruptcy judge says

(October 2, 2023) - A creditor's refusal to accept payments from a trustee administering an Arkansas couple's Chapter 13 plan is not grounds to disallow the creditor's claim, a bankruptcy judge has ruled.
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