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Are these in the rules of Us bankruptcy court as I cannot find them anywhere in the rules listed on their website not do I find it in any of the debtors responsibilities other than to notify them of your intent by checking redemption on the appropriate schedule. The trouble I am having is all of my secured creditor's except one reached out to us to negotiate a redemption or reaffirmation. One however filed a motion to lift stay claiming that any redemption had to be negotiatiated within 45 days of the first 341 meeting. Is there such a rule and if so where can I find it? I will tip you generously for your extra time on this question . I have a second bankruptcy question regarding the process and venue for filing complaints against creditors who violate the stay. Please advise whether I should post this as a second question...
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