Smith v. SIB Mortgage,

Complaint to Void Lien Pursuant to 11 U.S.C. 506(d)


This complaint was filed in the Debtor's case after the court granted the Debtor's Motion to Disallow Proof of Claim from the alleged holder of the first mortgage Chase Mortgage. Unfortunately, the Debtor's were not able to sustain their Chapter 13 Plan and dismissed this case and converted to Chapter 7.

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