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Looking law bankruptcy 727 a4A & 523a2A false representation

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Looking for case law bankruptcy 727 a4A & 523a2A false representation fraud
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Bankruptcy Law
Expert:  CalAttorney2 replied 1 year ago.

Dear Customer,

This forum is a "general legal information" forum - not a legal research service.

However, as you already have the specific statute/code section(s) that you are interested in, you should be able to identify case law relatively quickly.

There are free search engines (such as this one:

You can also find much better (more sophisticated) search engines (either Lexis Nexis or Westlaw) at your local law library - they should have a subscription that you can use for free. You can also use these services on a "per search" basis - however they can get expensive. When using these more sophisticated search engines, make sure to utilize their research attorneys (both services have full time attorneys on staff that can help you best craft your search to minimize waste (remember these are paid searches) and help narrow down your search results to the most useful cases for your matter.

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
I was looking for some specific cases for understating income on petition and not listing all accounts, assets. and false representation by signing for a 2nd mortgage and obtaining a 3rd in front of the 2nd damaging the equity to the lender?
Expert:  CalAttorney2 replied 1 year ago.

Dear Customer,

You really are going to need to do this kind of detailed case law research on your own - use one (or more) of the resources I identified above.

However, I am going to "opt out" and allow another expert to follow up with you if they are willing to go above the scope of the forum's limitations for you.

Please do not post any further at this time as it will delay the next expert's ability to follow up.

If you need any assistance in the meantime, please contact our customer service at:

Thank you for using our forum, and I do wish you the best of luck.


Expert:  Maverick replied 1 year ago.

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