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Bankruptcy court can’t decide student loan costs

A bankruptcy court lacked jurisdiction to determine the interest and collection costs resulting from a default on student loan that occurred after a Chapter 13 estate was closed and the debtor discharged, the 4th Circuit has ruled in reversing judgment.

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Top bankruptcy law stories of 2009

It started out as a busy year for bankruptcy attorneys – and it just became busier as filings continued to rise. From the start of 2009, experts warned novice bankruptcy attorneys to do their homework before jumping into the specialized ...

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