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Filing Proof Of Claim For Time Barred Debt Violates FDCPA, Says Eleventh Circuit, But They Leave An Escape Hatch.

Posted in Eleventh Circuit Cases, Miscellaneous Cases
In the last couple of years, claims against creditors for alleged violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) have become a hot item in Bankruptcy Courts.  One such question is whether the filing of a proof of claim for a stale debt (i.e., one that has become unenforceable pursuant to the applicable statute… Continue Reading

3rd Cir. – Section 546 Statute of Limitations Expired Prior To Election of “Permanent Trustee,” Thus Barring Avoidance Actions

Posted in Miscellaneous Cases
By: Scott B. Riddle, Esq. This opinion could by very important in Chapter 11 (or 13) cases that are nearing their two-year anniversary and in danger of conversion. In Singer, Trustee v. Franklin Boxboard Co. (In re American Pad & Paper, Co.), No. 05-1379, 2007 Bankr. LEXIS 4792 (3rd Cir. March 2, 2006), the Chapter 11 Order… Continue Reading