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What do you mean by "qualified debts?"
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SPECIFICALLY, WHAT DO I NEED TO DO TO ENFORCE IRS AND FRANCHISE TAX BOARD TO DISCHARGE UNSECURED TAX DEBT?
WHAT IS THE MOTION WITHIN THE BK PROCESS TO DO THIS?
It should be sufficient to send them a copy of the Bankruptcy discharge papers.
The motion is called a "Complaint to Determine Dischargability of a Debt".
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