if the creditor was listed, they were to appear at the 341 hearing, if they file a motion, after and they were listed on the disharge they are out of luck. In a Chapter 7 proceeding, the Proof Of Claim generally must be filed within 90 days after the first scheduled 341 Meeting. If the case is a "no asset" Chapter 7 case, there may be no need for a creditor to file a proof of claim. The notice of bankruptcy may indicate that fact, and further instruct that certain creditors should not file a proof of claim. In situations like this, a notice and time to file a proof of claim will be given, in the event that a trustee later discovers assets for distribution to unsecured creditors. See Bankruptcy Rules Rule 3002
Their should be no reason they would get anything, in a chapter 7 case, all debts are discharged, and if their is assets in the case, then the trustee could give them some assets, but the trustee will most likely discharge the debt.
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