Saturday, May 29, 2010

Section 523(a)(2)(B) Claims Must be Based Upon Writing

Section 523(a)(2)(B) excepts from discharge any debt for money, propety, services, or an extension, renewal, or refinancing of credit, to the extent obtained by false representation or fraud. To prove a Section 523(a)(2)(B) claim, a creditor must show the following: (1) debtor made a statement in writing; (2) that is materially false; (3) respectinng the debtor's or an insider's financial condition; (4) on which the creditor to whom the debtor is liable for such money reasonably relied; and (5) that the debtor caused to be made or published with intent to deceive.

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