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Question: “If I file bankrupse on my house, can the bank go after the other lots, or are they untouchable when I go bankrup.”
Answer: I’m sorry to inform you that your other lots would definitely be used to pay for your debts if you went bankrupt. The only real estate that is protected creditors (in a bankruptcy or otherwise) is a person’s homestead – that is, the person’s primary residence.
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