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Can A Creditor Object To A Debt Being Discharged?

Yes. A creditor may object to the discharge of a debt in Chapter 7 bankruptcies.  The creditor has the burden to prove that the debt should not be discharged by usually showing fraudulent acts or other reasons allowed by law.  In a similar fashion, a creditor may request a previous discharge be revoked.

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