Exceptions to Debt Discharges during Bankruptcy
- This category concerns the exceptions of which debts a person might not be able to discharge when filing for bankruptcy. The rules around exceptions will determine which debts a person must still have to pay back, even after going through a Chapter 7, 11, or 13 bankruptcy. This might be based on when the debts were incurred, what kinds of debts they are, or if the person used fraud or false pretenses when borrowing the money.
- Locations in NSMI v2
- Mapped to other Taxonomies