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Late Fees and Misc Fees from Creditors while in bankruptcy

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My HOA has continued to add late fees while I'm in bankruptcy. It went from $846 to estimate of $5000 within 2 years.

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  1. What, exactly, is your question? Whether they can continue to add fees to your overdue HOA payments? Yes, they can, unless you are in a Chap. 13, in which case the HOA would be paid off through the payment plan. Is that the case here? The HOA is a creditor that would have to be paid in full at the end of the plan, so the plan should have taken its bills into account.

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