So, the law doesn't consider it fraudulent conduct? The BK was discharged in February 2008. The house purchase occurred in July of 2010. How would I find out if the BK was fully complete? Doesn't the discharge indicate it is fully complete?
Define discharged. Do you mean discharged---after at least 3 years---or do you mean dismissed---because of failure to abide by the terms of the BK. It makes a difference. If you don't know if the BK was ever completed to can look it up on the internet for a fee, by name and region.
Discharged after 4 months. The paperwork says "discharged."
Okay, so how does that work? This is so helpful. That means that Anne still owes on the second? Or does that mean Glenn owes on them? Why hasn't the bank made any contact?
No, it's not. I've gotten everything I need. Thank you very much. Questions answered.
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