A cramdown is a procedure that allows you to reduce the amount of a lien on an asset to the current value of the asset. The cramdown can be used in a Chapter 13 case to reduce the amount of a security interest on a car loan or other secured loans, but there are certain requirements that must be met and restrictions that prevent the use of a cramdown in some cases. Please talk to a chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney for more details. Read why theirs a San Bernardo chapter 13 lawyer shortage.
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Limitations on the Cramdown
You may want to apply the cramdown the mortgage loan on your principal residence, but the bankruptcy laws do not permit this. Even if you owe more than your home is worth, you cannot use the cramdown. However, you may be able to use lien-stripping to get rid of a second mortgage is some situations.
Car loans can only be crammed down if you purchased the vehicle at least 910 days before the bankruptcy. Because cars loss significant value as you as your drive them off the lot, this rule prevents an individual from buying a new car and then immediately filing bankruptcy and cramming down the loan.
Mortgage loans on real estate other than a personal residence can be crammed down, but you must generally pay off the full balance owed on the mortgage within the three to five year bankruptcy plan. Most debtors do not have the ability to pay the full mortgage off in this short period of time, so the cramdown may not be effective for these liens.
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