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Please tell me exactly where you are saying you see that it says the lease was assumed. Is it in the form titled Statement of Intentions only?
Ok, well that is just a statement of your intention. The lease was not actually assumed however as that right belongs to the chapter 7 trustee. So assuming you got a discharge, then the lease obligation is discharged and you will not be liable for any damages.
Yes, or contact them to turn it over. Up to you.
You would be liable if you had executed a Reaffirmation Agreement with them. Any further questions?
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