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Chapter 11 Discharge

Under Chapter 11 bankruptcy, the discharge occurs after the Chapter 11 the court has confirmed plan. The following types of debts are usually non-dischargeable under Chapter 11:

  • Certain types of tax claims
  • Debts not set forth by the debtor on the lists and schedules the debtor must file with the court
  • Debts for alimony or child support
  • Debts for willful or malicious injury to person or property
  • Debts to governmental units for fines or penalties
  • Debts for most government funded or guaranteed educational loans or benefit overpayments
  • Debts for personal injury caused by operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • Debts for certain condominium or cooperative housing fees.

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