Chapter 13 plans and confirmation orders will occasionally include post-confirmation disclosure and turnover requirements for tax returns and refunds and for other types of post-petition recoveries and income. Debtors are expected, on their own and without the need for rigorous trustee oversight, to fulfill the turnover requirements as a condition of plan completion and discharge.
What happens when the case reaches plan term end, the debtor has made all regular plan payments, but failed to fulfill the added turnover requirement? Easy answer, right? The debtor failed to satisfy all the terms and conditions of the . . .
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