Maryland Bankruptcy Court Holds Failure to Produce Writings Doesn’t Invalidate Credit Card Claims

Maryland Bankruptcy Court Holds Failure to Produce Writings Doesn’t Invalidate Credit Card Claims

The Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maryland recently ruled whether several claims based on an open-ended credit card agreements could be disallowed for failure to provide the Debtors documents supporting the claim. The Debtors’ counsel had requested the creditors to deliver copies of the writings on which each of the claims was based and other documents including copies of all monthly statements to copies of all notices of transfer of the account. When the creditors failed to supply the information, the Debtors objected to those claims and asked that they be disallowed.

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