Secured Creditor

"I'll Sit This One Out" - Fifth Circuit Permits Secured Creditor to Disregard Chapter 11 Case

08/28/13

A few weeks ago in In re S. White Transportation, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit permitted a secured creditor that had indisputably received notice of the debtor’s chapter 11 case, but took no steps to protect its interests until after the confirmation of the debtor’s plan, to continue to assert a lien against the debtor’s property post-confirmation. 

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“I’ll Sit This One Out” – Fifth Circuit Permits Secured Creditor to Disregard Chapter 11 Case

08/28/13

A few weeks ago in In re S. White Transportation, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit permitted a secured creditor that had indisputably received notice of the debtor’s chapter 11 case, but took no steps to protect its interests until after the confirmation of the debtor’s plan, to continue to assert a lien against the debtor’s property post-confirmation. 

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Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Plan Payments Can be Lowered if Your Income Decreases

06/26/12

When a Chapter 13 bankruptcy plan gets confirmed by the Bankruptcy Court, the monthly payments you are supposed to pay to the trustee are set by the confirmation order. But they are not always set in stone.

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