I filed a timely proof of claim in a Chapter 11 case which has now been converted to Chapter 7. Will I need to file a new proof of claim? If so, when? Thanks for taking the time to answer.
1 Answer from Attorneys
If you have an unsecured claim and the Ch. 7 is a no-asset case, you get nothing and there's no need to file a POC. If trustee indicates that it IS an asset-case, you can file your POC with the trustee and hope for the best. Funds go first to priority creditors, then secured, then unsecured.
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