Can a debtor provide for a non-debtor’s loan under § 1322(b)(5) even if the plan does not address a non-monetary default on the claim? In re Lazaro suggests the answer may be “yes.” In that case, the Court held not only that the Debtor’s plan could provide to cure a monetary default on a loan taken out by the Debtor’s father but also that the plan could ignore a due-on-sale clause in the mortgage in doing so.
It helped that the asserted non-monetary default was longstanding . . .
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