As to the treatment of any creditor’s claim in any bankruptcy case, any creditor who objects to the treatment of his claim may file an objection with the bankruptcy court subject to certain statutory limitations based on the facts of the particular bankruptcy case. The typical objections concern claim amounts or value of collateral, and are resolved through negotiation with counsel for the debtor or through a hearing before the bankruptcy court.
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