Claims in Chapter 13 Revisited: What’s a creditor to do? What’s a debtor (or trustee) to watch for? Part 2 of 2

By Lawrence R. Ahern, III, Brown & Ahern, Nashville, Tennessee
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Last month, the Academy presented a discussion by Marsha M. Brown, Staff Attorney to Chapter 13 Trustee Douglas W. Neway, entitled "Withdrawal of Timely Filed Claims…What's a Trustee to Do?" Now, in two more parts, we back up to ask some related questions. In Part I, we asked: Why . . .

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