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Determining the Effect of a Pre-Bankruptcy Repossession of Personal Property

 

What type of bankruptcy was filed?

Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, what is the difference? Most people contemplating bankruptcy are almost automatically thinking of Chapter 7. However, this is not always practical or a way of reaching the goals of the debtor. For a secured or judgment creditor, the difference between a Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13 is significant. This white paper reviews these differences and also discusses secured creditors, pre-bankruptcy possession, and the effect of bankruptcy on the rights of judgment creditors.

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Robert J. Bigge, Jr., Esq.

Robert J. Bigge, Jr., Esq.

Bigge & Rodriguez, P.A.

  • Attorney with Bigge & Rodriguez, P.A.
  • Practice is limited to bankruptcy
  • Regularly conducts national seminars on bankruptcy
  • J.D. degree, University of Miami; B.A. degree, University of Florida
  • Can be contacted at 954-400-7322 or [email protected]
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