In one of our cases last week, the local Bankruptcy Court ruled that 506 valuation can not take place in a Chapter 13 plan unless it satisfies three things: 1) Clear and Conspicuous Language, 2) Valuation hearing is set, and 3) Service is made on the creditor just like an Adversary Proceeding under Rule 7004. Stay tuned, more on this blog to be published soon.
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