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If a car was not included in your bankruptcy but you later change your mind and decide to stop making payments can the lender have a judgment issues for the balance?

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2005-10-08 06:58:48
2005-10-08 06:58:48

I DO NOT KNOW WHAT STATE YOU ARE FROM OR WHAT ATTORNEY YOU HAD. I KNOW MY CAR WAS LISTED AND I MADE PAYMENTS... BUT I KNOW THAT IF I MISSED PAYMENTS, THEY WOULD TAKE MY CAR... SO,NO...IT IS ILLEGAL FOR THEM TO ASK YOU FOR ANY PAYMENTS AT ALL. HOPE IT HELPS?!

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