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CHAPTER 20 or 26 (MULTIPLE BANKRUPTCY CASES)
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CHAPTER 20 (7 + 13)
Debtor can file a chapter 13 following a chapter 7.
In re Aleli Hernandez 9th Cir. BAP No. 16-1228, (2/25/19) Asset Management Holdings (AMH) appeals the decision of the Bankruptcy Appellate Panel (BAP) affirming the bankruptcy court’s denial of AMH’s motion
to dismiss Debtor’s Chapter 13 petition on eligibility grounds. “1. AMH argues that the bankruptcy court erred by not counting AMH’s lien against Debtor for the purposes of determining eligibility under 11 U.S.C. § 109(e). AMH is mistaken.”
“2. AMH also argues that the bankruptcy court erred in concluding that Debtor filed her petition in good faith. AMH is wrong.”