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timdcrossley Crossley Sometimes it costs you money to prove you are righ 09/02/2010 @ 1:04pm I sold some ground 8 years ago to a neighbor on contract. As I was forclosing this spring on that ground, the neighbor also filed Bankrupcy (Chapter 13). My understanding is (from my attorney), the trustee can ASK for the recent payments back as described in the article above but that doesn't mean you will have to give it to them. Hire an attorney ASAP and protect what is yours! It will be money well spent!

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