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Zombie Debt Redux

Posted in Debt

In today’s LA Times, Sean Pyles wrote a nice summary of the problem of zombie debt. He began with the observation that when the statute of limitations has passed on debt collection actions, creditors are estopped from suing you to collect.  However, I suspect that in the interest of saving columnar space, he elided over… Continue Reading

Fair Debt Collection Practices Act And Bankruptcy

Posted in Chapter 11, Chapter 13, Chapter 7

A very recent Eleventh Circuit decision, Crawford v. LVNV Funding, LLC, No. 13-12389 (11th Cir., July 10, 2014), highlights an interesting split among the circuits, which makes things ripe for an appeal to the Supremes. First let’s get a little background. BACKGROUND I.                The Automatic Stay And The Discharge Injunction When a person files for… Continue Reading