I have a business with an SBA loan. The creditor has filed Chapter 11 & could be heading for Achapter 7. What happens to my loan if he files chapter 7?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Re: SBA Loan
If a creditor (lender) holds an SBA loan made to a business borrower(debtor) and the creditor/lender files bankruptcy the borrower/debtor will need to continue paying the loan. The debt would likely be sold or assigned to a new entity. However, banks, savings & loans and certain other financial institutions are ineligible to file for bankruptcy.
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