The chapter 13 trustee collects the debtor’s payments and pays the expenses of administering the plan, any unpaid portion of the fee allowed to the debtor’s attorney, and the creditors as provided in the plan. During the pendency of the case, most creditor actions against the debtor and the debtor’s property are stayed. A debtor who is unable to complete the payments called for in the plan due to circumstances for which the debtor should not justly be held accountable, may be granted a partial Chapter 13 discharge. Otherwise, an unsuccessful Chapter 13 case may be either dismissed or converted to Chapter 7 (provided the debtor qualifies for a Chapter 7 discharge). Lemon Law Automobile Lawyer
Riverside Court Attorney : California s Lemon Law protects consumers from all the headaches of purchasing a lemon. A vehicle purchase is often one of a consumer’s most expensive purchases. It is the state of California’s policy that the consumer should not have to bear the financial ruin from the purchase of a lemon. As such, the Lemon Law allows consumers the right to sue dealers and manufacturers of defective vehicles.
If the dealer is unable to repair a vehicle under the warranty after a reasonable number of repair attempts the law requires that the consumer be made whole which could mean a new replacement vehicle, a full refund, or a partial refund of the money you have paid! Further, the law provides for reimbursement of license fees, tow fees, and other out-of-pocket repairs, interest on your loan, DMV fees, rental car fees, and attorney's fees.
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