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Yes, your bank would have made you sign a reaffirmation agreement and you would have also told the court that you were re-affirming the loan. If you cannot remember, you may want to contact the lender and see if they have a reaffirmation on file and if they do to send you a copy.
If there was no reaffirmation type agreement, then you are not liable on the note since the debt/mortgage would have been discharged in the bankruptcy 7 years ago. If you did sign to reaffirm the loan, then yes, your non-exempt portion of the assets, would be subject to attachment for any deficiency judgment.
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