If a Chapter 13 plan makes no provision for a mortgage obligation, omits any treatment of the mortgage claims, and prohibits the Trustee from making disbursements toward the claims, the claims are not provided for by the plan and the plan can be confirmed over the objection of the creditor and the trustee; nothing requires a plan to provide for all secured claims. (Humrickhouse) In re Jones, 2021 WL 4465554 (Bankr. E.D. N.C. Sept. 29, 2021)
Eric Jones owned several pieces of property. One piece of real estate was . . .
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