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Is there any finance companies out there that will let you refinance while in Chapter 13 if it is not closed?

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2005-10-17 04:09:55
2005-10-17 04:09:55

While participating in a Chapter 13, all major financial transactions must have the approval of the BK trustee before they can be entered into. In most cases if a vehicle is needed for the person's employment or family safety the purchase will be approved for a specific amount. Finding a lender however is another issue entirely and can be quite difficult.

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