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Bankruptcy – ‘False Claims’ – Sanctions – FDCPA – Limitations

A Norfolk U.S. Bankruptcy Court says it has authority under § 105 of the Bankruptcy Code to sanction a creditor for filing false or fraudulent claims, but the claims at issue here were not extinguished by expiration of the statute of limitations under Virginia law, and no sanctions are imposed.
In re Varona (USBC-ED) (VLW 008-4-022) (35 pp.)

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