I am not sure what claims that other party would have had against you since you were the one that loaned the money to them. If the other party had claims against you prior to your filing of the bankruptcy and they did not seek a determination of the whether or not that claim was dischargeable, your bankruptcy discharge should release you from any claims that the party may have had against you.
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If the amount you loaned is an asset of your bankruptcy estate, which it would be, then how could the other party have a claim against you as their creditor? Please provide more information as it sounds like the other party had a counter-claim, but if the trustee settled the matter, you may be off the hook. You should ask your bankruptcy attorney about this, and if you don't have counsel, then speak to the trustee.Ask a similar question
It would appear that you are out of it. The money recovered will go to the BK estate to pay claim and administrative costs. As to possible claims against you the discharge of the BK should eliminate any possible debt you might have/Ask a similar question
You have to review the Trustee's motion and order. They will tell you what was settled, i.e., just part or all of your claim. I'd check with your attorney.
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