Foreclosure after bankruptcy
I filed for bankruptcy. I was paying my monthly mortgage payments each month as was due according to my mortgage company’s website. The website was incorrect, and I was actually one month behind the entire time. At one point, I paid what I thought was the current month on the 24th of the month and my mortgage company used that to file a motion for relief with the bankruptcy court. They are now asking that I pay all of the money, including what is being paid off through the trustee to stop foreclosure. I have sent them a check to make current what I owe them (other than what is through the bankruptcy)
Do they have to accept that, or can they return my payment and insist on nullifying the bankruptcy?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Re: Foreclosure after bankruptcy
Perhaps someone in your District can answer that. In the Western District all mortgages are paid through the Trustee.
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