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A debtor in a chapter 13 bankruptcy requires bankruptcy court permission to incur debt. This is true regardless of the fact that you are currently paying for the car outside the plan
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I'm revering to after it gets dismissed and 13 is gone, can I still due loans, etc. or is it true I can't for two years like I was told?
He is not correct. Typically it is 2 years after discharge. Since your case is being dismissed without discharge, the two-year period does not apply
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