By Joseph A. Bledsoe, III (“Jody”), Chapter 13 Standing Trustee for the Eastern District of North Carolina (New Bern)
In the aftermath of City of Chicago v. Fulton, discussions abound as to whether it is sufficient for a chapter 13 debtor to seek return of his vehicle, repossessed prepetition, via a motion for turnover. Most seem to believe a motion is not sufficient, but that – if pushed- a debtor will be required to file an adversary proceeding. But, let’s analyze the issue using the same methodology the Justices used in Fulton.
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