There are some basic truths. One is that when someone says, “hey, watch this!,” the result is likely to involve blood or stitches. Another is that, when an author describes something with the leadoff word, “interestingly,” it often isn’t. And a third is that one shouldn’t mislead bankruptcy judges.
In two wonderfully written cases, bankruptcy judges made this last point exceptionally clear. Neither happens to be a chapter 13 case, but the basic principles lie in other chapters of the Code.
In a March 29, 2022 opinion in
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