If someone lied on a credit application for a car loan, will there be an issue because of this if they file for bankruptcy?

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A friend of mine lied on a car loan application to get financed. Lied about employment, source of income and verification. Now my friend is considering bankruptcy to discharge a few unsecured debt loans, credit cards (did not lie on those). If my friend wants to keep the car, payments are current, never been late, will there be an issue because of untruthful car loan application? The accounts for which seeking discharge are unrelated to this application/loan.

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