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If the court revokes your discharge, you remain liable for the debts included in your discharge. This means that you are back to square one and where you started before you filed your case. So, whatever the judgment from the original case states about how and when pre and post judgment interest should accrue, that is what controls.
See this case which states: The court concludes that a revocation of discharge judgment puts a debtor in the position he would have been in if his judgment had been denied predischarge.
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