Chapter 13 Plan, Not Texas Law, Governs HOA Payments

A Texas homeowners association that applied Chapter 13 plan payments first to pre-bankruptcy delinquencies, leading to improper late fees, penalties and interest, was penalized by a bankruptcy court March 27 ( In re Daulton , 2017 BL 96621, Bankr. S.D. Tex., CASE NO. 11-33892-H5-13, 3/27/17 ).  It is the Chapter 13 payment plan which determined how debts will be repaid, even if the plan runs contrary to a state law, Judge Karen K. Brown, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge for the Southern District of Texas, wrote.   Read the article………….


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