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What causes a chapter 13 bankruptcy to be dissmissed with prejudice?

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Such dismissal is generally based on a "bad faith" filing (petition). Bad faith can be broadly defined as an unfair or unequitable act. For example the debtor has no means of actually repaying debts and is using the filing in an attempt to stop litigation or to harass creditors. The debtor gave false informaation such as non-disclosure of assets or property, and so forth.

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