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Answer All major financial transactions including the purchase of sale of a home must be approved by the bankruptcy trustee before any action is taken.
maybe . \nLaws vary from state to state. Factors that would be considered is how many debts are listed, how old are they, and when and what type of bacnkrutcy was filed. Yo…u need to admit up front you have had financial problems and be ready to show a plan for how you are addressig it. Bad credit would raise a red flag in almost police hiring process-they don't want people whose personal lives are unmanagable or might be tempted to steal while on the job.Read the Faur Credit Reporting Act to see what you can do about notifying the credit reporting agenices about any disputed acccounts. Most of all be honest. They will find out anyway.
If it was an unsecured debt, and you did not intend to omit it for some reason that would constitute fraud, it was discharged. If a debt collector is trying to collect it, see… a bankruptcy lawyer or a lawyer who handles debt collection defense. You can file for contempt in the bankruptcy court. You may also have rights under state consumer protection laws.
According to the NASD the answer is "yes" and there is no waiting period; however, many employers have their own criteria.
Answer Sure. But understand, that regardless of those maybe saying otherwise, who generally have an interest in your doing so, bankruptcy does not auto…matically make your life better...or simply eliminate all your debts....it is an action to be taken when there is no alternative because the situation is hopeless.
As of December 16, 2011, the United States has withdrawn all combat troops from Iraq, ending the international conflict. However, the Iraqi insurgency has only grown and b…ecome more violent in the absence of American soldiers. Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has considered requesting the Americans to return to help him restore peace to the country.
Yes, you still pay rent, because being bankrupt does not entitle you to free housing.
Answer Its permanent its just that after 3 you can apply for an early release and after 7 you are automatically released.
In the United States bankruptcy has nothing to do with voting. Only a felony or being in prison or jail prevents you from voting. One state may allow felons in prison to vote.…
Yes, liens survive a BK unless the debtor files an adversary proceeding to have it removed (because the lien impedes an exemption). In a BK, the note from the vehicle sale is …discharged- meaning that you cant be forced to pay your car loan. However, the lien survives- so if you dont pay, the lender has the right to re-posses the vehicle. If the lender does go ahead and reposses, the lender cannot go after you for the difference between the loan amount and the amount the vehicle sold for at auction.
The short answer is yes. Of course, BK or not, to sell a car that has a loan means you must pay off the loan. And, it is unlikely anyone will give you another now. Tha…t actually may be fine, and exactly the type of compromise your situation calls for now...at least for a while. You absolutely need to co-ordinate any financial changes like this with your trustee.
Attack on soil on September 11,2001. The reason the US went to war in Afghanistan was because it was established globally that bin laden was behind the attack on the US 9/11… and that he was being harbored in Afghanistan by the Taliban. After many failed attempts to negotiate a turn over of bin laden to the US, the US finally launched formal attack on Afghanistan and more precisely the Taliban.
First, it depends on what chapter bankruptcy they are filing. If they are filing Chapter 7, which is a complete disolvement of the debts, and your debt is placed within the fi…ling as a debt, you have the opportunity to file an objection to the release or discharge of your debt. If it is NOT placed within this filing, they are not protected from your debt and you can still collect on it. Personally, if it was me, if my debt was NOT listed on the bankruptcy petition, I would remain quiet about it and let the bankrtupcy go through to discharge and then begin collection. Because if you continue to collect this debt that is not on the bankruptcy petition, all they have to do is ammend this petition to include your debt and then they would have protection from your debt and it has been my experience, personal debts are usually discharged, despite objections from the one that is owed. And once the bankruptcy filing is complete, they cannot file again for another 7 years, so when you begin your collection, they have no other recourse but pay you. If it is Chapter 13, a reorganization of debts, and your debt is not included, I would make sure it was included by pressuring him for payment and hopefully, they will ammend their petition to include your debt. By doing this, they are put on the payment list and you should receive some sort of payment through the courts, as they make payments to the court and the court distributes monies to the debts.
Yes, a person is still bondable. They just have to be able to pay their bond or have a clear background check to be bondable.
The first gulf war was fought in 1990-1991. A total of 700,000 US soldiers participated in 'Operation Desert Storm'. Considering the fact that only 294 US soldiers died du…ring the conflict and the average life expectancy in USA is 78 years , it can be safely said that a majority of Iraq War veterans are still alive. However, there exists no database to indicate the exact number of surviving veterans of Iraq war.
Why not? All debts are discharged, but any other actions, such as evictions, are not affected. And the fact of being discharged in bankruptcy can stay on your credit rep…ort for 10 years.