In a Chapter 13 case, the debtor’s repayment plan must be confirmed by the bankruptcy court before it is permanent and effective. Before a plan is confirmed, creditors and other interested parties may object to its terms. If a creditor or the trustee takes issue with the Chapter 13 plan, the court will hold a confirmation hearing to decide the issues.
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