A Chapter 7
trustee must maximize the value of the bankruptcy estate so as to allow for maximum recovery by creditors. Commodity Futures Trading Comm'n v. Weintraub (1985) 471 U.S. 343, 352, 105 S.Ct. 1986, 1993; In re Feiler (9th Cir. 2000) 218 F.3d 948, 952; see also Matter of Taxman Clothing Co. (7th Cir. 1995) 49 F.3d 310, 315 (because trustee's duty is to maximize estate assets, trustee not required to recover asset whose cost of collection exceeds its value.)
If you object to the sale price of property, you can, as previously discussed, bring a motion to remove the trustee for breach of fiduciary
to the bankruptcy estate.
Note: Each time I read one of your questions, the underlying issue is the same: you appear to believe that the trustee is engaged in a personal vendetta against you, and a conspiracy to sell off your property for the benefit of the trustee's personal friends.
If that's what you believe, then your recourse is to ask the court to remove the trustee. If you do not, then the trustee will just continue to slowly and inexorably push forward against you until you are wiped out -- because the trustee has the power to do this, unless you make an affirmative effort to stop him/her from doing so.
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