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murray hill farm Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Mar-04-05 07:05 PM
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2. How does it compare to...
what it is now? Does filing bankruptsy iliminate a mortgage? I did not see anything on the chart for mtg or rent.
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  -Here's what you get to live on under the new bankruptcy law: MikeG  Mar-04-05 07:00 PM   #0 
  - yikes  AutumnMist   Mar-04-05 07:03 PM   #1 
  - Here's some excellent advice for you from another DUer  Eloriel   Mar-04-05 07:15 PM   #8 
     - Do you have any idea how that will depress the economy?  MikeG   Mar-04-05 07:26 PM   #13 
        - stop spending.  PROGRESSIVE1   Mar-04-05 09:07 PM   #17 
        - What, like it's the people's responsibility to run the economy?  Eloriel   Mar-06-05 05:34 PM   #18 
  - How does it compare to...  mexicoxpat   Mar-04-05 07:05 PM   #2 
  - There was a link  LaraMN   Mar-04-05 07:07 PM   #4 
  - Here's the link:  MikeG   Mar-04-05 07:07 PM   #5 
     - Thanks, Mike G  mexicoxpat   Mar-04-05 07:16 PM   #9 
        - Right now in most instances non tax and student loan debts are forgiven.  MikeG   Mar-04-05 07:25 PM   #12 
           - I think the homestead exemption amount will be controlled by  Jacobin   Mar-04-05 07:30 PM   #14 
              - You are right - I am assuming no state homestead exemption.  MikeG   Mar-04-05 07:33 PM   #15 
  - I'm surprised.  LaraMN   Mar-04-05 07:06 PM   #3 
  - Lets bring back debtor's prisons, or better yet  K-W   Mar-04-05 07:11 PM   #6 
  - Nothing for health care, insurance, medicine  FlavaKreemSnak   Mar-04-05 07:12 PM   #7 
  - You can expect it to be allowed if it meets a reasonableness standard.  MikeG   Mar-04-05 07:22 PM   #10 
  - Yes. If you get sick, you die.  Jacobin   Mar-04-05 07:23 PM   #11 
  - kick  Armstead   Mar-04-05 08:52 PM   #16 
 

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