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Can you get an auto loan after filing for bankruptcy but before it is discharged?

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2011-09-12 14:53:29
2011-09-12 14:53:29

Yes, you can get an auto loan before bankruptcy discharge.

If you have filed a chapter 13 bankruptcy, you must receive permission from the court trustee. Contact your attorney to begin the process. The court will set limits as to maximum loan amount and monthly payments. DO NOT apply for a loan of any type before getting approval from the court! Doing so could be grounds for dismissal of your bankruptcy, depending on the regulations of your particular court district.

If you have filed a chapter 7, there are certain automotive lenders who will finance you after you have attended the (sect. 341) meeting of creditors. However, if you are unable to find one of these lenders, your discharge is usually granted within a few weeks of the 341 meeting and you will be able to purchase then.

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