Bankruptcy News Briefs 12/28

Check Out Headlines Making News…

Educational Debt in Excess of §109(e) Debt Limit is Not Cause for Dismissal or Conversion of Chapter 13 Case

Debtors Could Exempt their Mobile Home in Massachusetts under a Florida Statute, which the Court found to be Extraterritorial

Narrow bankruptcy laws make it nearly impossible to discharge student debt

Americans have more credit cards – and more debt says CFPB

Northern District Of New York: No FDCPA Violation Where Pre-Judgment Interest Not Disclosed In Collection Letters

CFPB adjusts HMDA data collection, TILA mortgage escrow thresholds

SDNY Bankruptcy Court Chimes in on Bankruptcy Court’s Jurisdiction to Consider Third-Party Releases

CFPB plans to further delay prepaid rule

Many Americans don’t have a plan to pay off their debts

Fifth Circuit Claims Loan Modification Communications Are Not Debt Collection Activities Under TDCA

Court Holds that Bankruptcy Judges Cannot Impose Punitive Sanctions

Beware secured creditors: The newly amended US Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure now require filing a proof of claim

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