(2) Bankruptcy notices. The regular declaration must include the immediate following:
(i) a declaration distinguishing the buyer’s status as a debtor in bankruptcy or the status that is discharged of real estate loan; and
(ii) a declaration that the statement that is periodic for informational purposes just.
(3) Chapter 12 and chapter 13 consumers. Along with every other conditions of the paragraph (f) that could use, pertaining to a home loan loan which is why any customer with primary obligation is really a debtor in a chapter 12 or chapter 13 bankruptcy situation, certain requirements of the part are at the mercy of the next customizations:
1. Pre-petition re re payments and post-petition re re payments. I. For purposes of § 1026.41(f)(3), pre-petition payments are re re payments built to cure the buyer’s pre-bankruptcy defaults, and post-petition re payments are re payments designed to match the home mortgage’s regular payments while they come due after the bankruptcy instance is filed. As an example, assume a customer is $3,600 in arrears at the time of the bankruptcy filing date on home financing loan needing month-to-month periodic payments of $2,000. The buyer’s most recently filed bankruptcy plan requires the buyer to make re re payments of $100 every month for three years to pay for the pre-bankruptcy arrearage, and $2,000 every month to meet the month-to-month regular payments. 继续阅读