From the Editor – Rule 3002.1

By The Honorable William Houston Brown (Retired)

Condominium association subject to Rule 3002.1. The condominium association held a secured lien on the debtors’ principal residence and the plan provided for treatment of the claim under § 1322(b)(5), making the association subject to Bankruptcy Rule 3002.1’s requirement to give notice of postpetition changes in payments, fees, expenses or other charges. In re Felipe, 549 B.R. 252 (Bankr. D. Hawai’i 2016).

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The Honorable William Houston Brown retired in 2006 as a United States Bankruptcy Judge for the Western District . . .

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