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A creditor can ask for anything. The question really is whether or not it is likely that the request will be granted. I assume since you have made all of your payments per the plan, you have proof of such in the form of cancelled checks, bank statements, money order receipts, etc. If the payments are going to the trustee and then to the creditor, then you should find out whether or not the trustee has released the money to the creditor. Now, what you will need to do is hire a lawyer to file an objection to the motion for relief of stay and take your proof with you. It is unlikely that the stay will be lifted, however, you should not assume that it won't and do nothing.

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Q: Can a creditor request an automatic stay be lifted after nine months into a 100 percent Chapter 13 plan with payments made on time?
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