Your B/K attorney should be glad to reccommend a course of action. S/he might just get out of the B/K business long enough to make a ton of money on this one.Of course, you DIDNT say if FMC had a DEFAULT contract with the Explorer as collateral & your name on it OR if you had a B/K CASE NUMBER when the Explorer was repoed. Those to facts will make a difference in whether ANY attorney will take your case.
My first reply was NOT to say that FMC is perfect. They have been known to screw up and take short cuts. That's why my first statement was ASK your attorney. If they have screwed up, the attorney will likely jump on the case.
Notify the LENDER by cert mail that they have 10 days to remove the car or you will have it towed by a wrecker company. IF they dont p/u the car, call a wrecker co. to come get it.
There is no law that requires you to notify your employer that you have filed bankruptcy. It is a public record, though, so it will show up on a background check.
When a bankruptcy is filed, an "automatic stay" takes effect, essentially a prohibition against any collection action by a creditor without the court's permission. This occurs even if the creditor has no immediate notice of the filing. Any collection action taken after the filing must be undone by the creditor.If there is a proceeding in a civil court to collect the debt, the appropriate action for the debtor is to notify the court of the filing, giving the name and address of the bankruptcy court, the date of filing and the docket number of the case in the bankruptcy court. This is often called a "suggestion of bankruptcy" or notice of bankruptcy."
yes because they have to notify the owner
The debtor's petition must be completed and lodged with the Official Receiver within 28 days of the form being signed by you.
You need to notify the Credit company, once you've done that you may suspend payments.
No. The lawyer does.
Of course! Your lawyer must know all the actions to be taken. You must consult to your lawyer first before in whatever you do.
The petitioner should notify the office of the clerk of the state or federal BK court or the BK trustee (if one has been assigned).
I have NO IDEA, WHY look here if there is NO ANSERS
There are letters that attorneys use to notify creditors of a debtors bankruptcy. This letter states that the individuals have filed bankruptcy and the creditors are to cease all contact and attempts to collect their debt.
Repossessors are supposed to notify law enforcement when they repossess a car.
Making no sense. Who is "them"? Attorney took the money?.. it wasn't the Court trustee? If you inherit money within 180 days after the discharge of your bankruptcy, you must notify your attorney who will notify the trustee and they may have claim to some of the inheritance. If the case was discharged a year ago, it is no longer property of the bankruptcy trustee.
Nothing, or your bankruptcy discharge can be reversed, or you can be fined or sent to prison. It depends on how much you inherit and how long after the bankruptcy you inherited it.
Well, you may never know before...actions like that are kept fairly tightly sealed, but once it happens - you will be notified...they have to notify all involved and with possible claims...and employees fall in that catagory.
It should be removed 10 years after the filing date. If not, notify the credit reporting bureau of their error in not removing it. If it remains, consult a bankruptcy or debt collection practices lawyer.
This is not a question. The truck could not legally be repossessed after the filing of a bankruptcy. Notify the creditor of the filing, giving the court's location (District of ?) and docket number. If you don't have a lawyer, send it by certified mail, return receipt and by regular mail, and make sure you keep a copy for yourself. If you've gotten a notice of your 341 meeting, send a copy of it to the creditor as well.
The bankruptcy trustee in charge of the case will notify the filer that the BK has been dismissed and the reasons for it having been done.
If you lived in the old state more than 3 out of the past 6 months, nothing will happen. Be sure to notify the court of your new address, along with any creditors or their lawyers.
all states are different. but the answer is yes. they only need to notify the authorites afterwards.
They should since they are just as responsible for making payments as the primary.
I don't know about AZ law, but it is a VERY GOOD IDEA to do so. I USUALLY DO IT AS I'M PULLING OUT OF THE YARD.
No need, just notify IRS.
You will receive a letter from the court notifying you that you have received a discharge.