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What to do if I am a creditor whose debtor filed bankruptcy but I was not correctly notified?

Question Details: I am the creditor of a debt in a title loan transaction. I was never notified by the debtors attorney nor I was included in the master mailing list, so I never received notice that my customer was filing Chapter 13. I just received a fax 2 hours ago. I am included in schedule D but I am not included in the repayment plan. Since I was not notified, can I repo the car? If not, when will start receiving payments on my account? I called the court and said I need to be included in he repayment plan. How do I include myself in the repayment plan? Can I still repo the car if they don't follow the agreement?

Greg Wiley / Law Office Of Greg Wiley PLLC Answered 5 years ago | Contributor
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