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May 8, 2008

Comment on Weigand re Commitment Period for Self-Employed Person


I read Weigand, and understand Judge Jury’s analysis.  Strict statutory construction controls. 

While I understand Judge Jury’s analysis, I felt completely let down by the BAP's conclusion that it was acceptable to treat sole proprietors differently from wage earners.  I found lacking the statement that “It may be that Congress simply did not want those persons generating significant revenues through a business to have access to three-year chapter 13 plans.”  Is this justification for discrimination under the law?

Raymond H. Aver, Esquire

May 8, 2008 in Current Affairs | Permalink


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