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The original loan was listed in your bankruptcy and discharged?
The new lenders came after the discharge or during?
If you listed your original mortgage in your bankruptcy and it was discharged, your liability to the new lender is gone and they cannot sue you for a discharged balance.
the new lender owcen came after the discharge only becasue taylor bena went bankrupt
so if i walk away from Ocwen pretty good chance they can not come after me.
Yes, they cannot come after you, the loan they took over was discharged so they have no right to come after you.
thank you for your assistance. have a great day
Even if they claim otherwise, you could just reopen your bankruptcy and add their names as a creditor, but I do not see that as needed.
i do see taylor bean and ocwen both listed on my credit report and showing filed under bankruptcy with zero balance, so that is good news. thanks
Good luck, and their is no legal argument that they can make to make you liable.
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