Undulations In Unbundling – Is A Ripple Running Through The Rocks Of Resistance In Bankruptcy Courts? Part III

(Reprinted with  permission.  Cite as 2013 No. 6 Norton Bankruptcy L. Adviser NL 1.)
By Judge Thomas F. Waldron (Retired)  for part I click here, part II click here

A Ripple Does Not A River Make

The most comprehensive examination to date of the issues involved in Unbundling is In re Seare, 2013 WL 2321664 (Bankr. Nev., 2013) (referencing both Egwim and Slabbinck).

The facts in Seare included:

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