(Used with expressed permission from the MI Bankruptcy Journal and the Steven W. Rhodes Consumer Bankruptcy Conference)
III. Contrasting the Majority and Minority Interpretations
The majority and minority approaches differ as to (1) the interpretation of the use of "collect" in § 586(e); (2) the operative effect of parallel provisions in chapters 11 and 12 on the interpretation of § 1326(a)(2); and (3) the impact (or lack thereof) of legislative history and, to some extent, the Chapter 13 Standing Trustees Handbook. Both approaches have merit.
A. Illustrative . . .
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