Bankruptcy Court Denies Creditor’s Request to Compel Debtor to Surrender Property
In re Trussel
2015 WL 1058253 (Bankr. M.D. Fla. March 5, 2015) (Jennemann, J.)
Secured creditor was not entitled to injunctive relief compelling debtor to surrender the property and cease asserting affirmative defenses in the foreclosure action. Evidence presented did not support the argument that debtor failed to comply with his duties under section 521 regarding the statement of intentions. Debtor attempted to reaffirm the debt, but could not reach an agreement with the creditor. The creditor’s desire to “short-circuit” the debtor’s legitimate defenses was not grounds for the relief the creditor requested.
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