It is probably as a result that property taxes were not paid or there is a change in escrow. When I get these forms, it usually means there may be a change in the mortgage payment. Call your Chapter 13 attorney, he/she is the best equipped to tellyou what to do as they are familiar with the specifics of your specific case.
It is a claim by the bank that it is owed additional fees. Usually it can be paid outside the plan. You can object if the amount is exorbitant.
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Several mortgage companies have agreed to file documents with the bankruptcy court when changes are made to the payment amount of the loan. The reason for the changes could be a change in the cost of homeowners insurance, real estate taxes, late fees, or even a change due to an adjustment in the interest rate.
If you read the document carefully, it should say exactly what the charges are & what they are for. I have seen documents were the change is for as little as $6 because of a increase in property taxes.
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