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‘13’ Plans Already in Default on March 27 May Be Extended Under the CARES Act

Judge Grabill finds nothing in Section 1329(d) to preclude extending the duration of a plan if payments were already in default when the CARES Act was enacted on March 27.

Chapter 13 Debtors Retain Appreciation in Property After Conversion or Plan Amendment

On an issue where the courts are split, the Tenth Circuit BAP sides with debtors and allows them to retain postpetition appreciation in the value of assets that were in the estate on filing.
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Fourth Circuit Stands Alone in Limiting Chapter 13 Plan Modifications

Eleventh Circuit joins the majority of circuits by holding that unforeseen, changed circumstances are not required to modify a chapter 13 plan.
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Seven-Year Chapter 13 Stretchout Isn’t Available for Plans Confirmed After March 27

Two judges agree that the CARES Act amendment allowing chapter 13 plans to run for seven years is applicable only to plans confirmed before March 27.

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