Claim Amount: It Pays To Pay Attention

Apparently, top-notch bankruptcy attorney and honorable judge who followed the bankruptcy rules of law.

Bankruptcy-RealEstate-Insights

In re Walker, 526 B.R. 187 (E.D. La. 2015) –

The bankruptcy court (1) denied a mortgage lender’s request to file a late amendment to a proof of claim that had been filed on its behalf by the debtor and (2) confirmed the debtor’s proposed plan over the mortgagee’s objection that the plan payments were not sufficient to cure the actual arrearage. The lender appealed to the district court.

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