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Is it possible to have done a chapter 7 and then do a chapter 13

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Answered on Feb 27th, 2017 at 9:46 AM

Sure, it's done all the time.  It's known as a "Chapter 20"  Of course you have to be otherwise eligible under each chapter and be using it for an appropriate purpose.

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