In re Keele, No. 11-21383-13, 2012 WL 893351 (Bankr. D. Kan. Mar. 14, 2012) (Somers)

Section 1326(a)(1)(C) requires preconfirmation adequate protection only for purchase money portion of secured claim; payments not required when creditor did not establish any portion of claim was purchase money.

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