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It belongs to the lender and YOU get to store until they come pick it up. yes...but dont forget to let them know you will be charging them a $60 a day storage fee, just like you would get charged.

2004-10-22 10:16:29
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A Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceeding is started by filing a petition with the bankruptcy court. The person filing a Chapter 7 is referred to as the "debtor." The debtor is necessary to disclose to the court all of its property and debts and turn over all nonexempt property to the bankruptcy trustee, who then converts it to cash for distribution to the creditors. The debtor then obtain a discharge of all dischargeable debts.


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When any bankruptcy action is dismissed for any reason the debtor(s) lose(s) bankruptcy protection. This means creditors may pursue collection of the debt, including, in most situations filing a lawsuit. A chapter 13 bankruptcy dismissal will remain on the debtor's credit report for 7 years.


Does the bankruptcy co-debtor stay apply to a joint debtor?

The co-debtor stay is applicable in chapter 13.


What is meant by voluntary bankruptcy?

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What is a motion for insolvency?

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What happens to contracts under a Chapter 11 bankruptcy?

Chapter 11 permits the debtor to accept or reject executory contracts (contracts whose completion is to be accomplished in the future).


You are a cosigner and the debtor has filed chapter 13 what happens to your obligation?

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Can you file chapter 13 bankruptcy after you have filed a chapter 7 in Kentucky?

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Can we purchase a business from a chapter 11 debtor?

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What is a Reaffirmation agreement in chapter 7 bankruptcy?

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Time between bankruptcy?

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How often can you file chapter 11 bankruptcy?

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How do you file chapter 11 bankruptcy?

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How many years must be between chapter 13 bankruptcy filings?

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If you filed chapter 7 bankruptcy in 2002 can you file chapter 7 again in 2008?

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You did a chapter 7 bankruptcy about 3 years ago can you file a chapter 13 now?

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How do I convert chapter 13 bankruptcy to chapter 7 myself What should be included in the motion to convert letter?

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How many years in between bankruptcy filings?

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Bankruptcy discharged 7 years ago can you file again?

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How soon can you file second bankruptcy?

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How many years after filing bankruptcy can you do it again?

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