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Good afternoon,I'm Doug, and I'm very sorry to hear of your situation. My goal is to provide you with excellent service today.
While bankruptcy eliminates your person obligation on your debts, it does not result in release of the liens on your property that were present before the bankruptcy---otherwise people would just file bankruptcy to get a free car or house.
The lender still has a valid lien and while some car loan lenders don't bother to repossess the vehicles that have liens on them, it is not possible to have the lien released until you pay the vehicle off. So, while you may be able to keep the vehicle the rest of your life, if there is still a valid lien on it, you won't be able to sell the vehicle or get clear title to it---again, unless you pay the loan off.
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