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How could a creditor contest the discharge of a particular debt in chapter 13?

Common reasons would include that the debt was incurred through fraud, a willful or malicious injury by the debtor that caused personal injury to an individual or the death of an individual or defalcation of fiduciary duty. The complaint objecting to dischargeability must be filed within 60 days of the date originally set for the 341 hearing.

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