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IF YOU HAVE FILLED PERSONAL BANKRUPICY CHAPTER 7 14 YEARS

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IF YOU HAVE FILLED PERSONAL BANKRUPICY CHAPTER 7 14 YEARS AGO AND NOW HAVE TO FILE A BUSINESS BANKRUPICY TO YOU HAVE TO TELL ABOUT THE PERSONAL BANKRUPICY?

You do not have to disclose the personal bankruptcy filed 14 years ago. However, the bankruptcy courts in Texas will run a search on your social security number and if a prior bankruptcy case filing worth mentioning comes up, they will post a docket entry to inform all interested parties of the prior bankruptcy case filing.

 

But again, because it was 14 years ago, you do not have to list it, but can list general information regarding the case if you would like (district where the case was filed and the year it was filed)

 

I hope you found this information to be helpful.

 

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