The facts in In re DeWitt, 2022 WL 4588320 (Bankr. S.D. Ohio 2022), are a bit “unusual”. Debtor filed Chapter 13 to reinstate her mortgage. The mortgage was “non-escrowed” and Debtor was required to pay property taxes directly. Surprisingly, she did not pay her property taxes. The first time, the Lender paid the property taxes but decided not to pursue recovery from Debtor. The second time, Lender paid the property taxes and filed a Rule 3002.1 Notice and was reimbursed through the Trustee. The third time the Lender paid the property taxes is where . . .
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