E. Defense and Extension of Time for spending fees

E. Defense and Extension of Time for spending fees

Between it and the Bankruptcy Code, 126 For example, the definition of a qualified student loan for purposes of describing a non-dischargeable student loan in the Bankruptcy Code (11 U.S.C. § 523(a)(8)(B)) expressly cross-references the Internal Revenue Code’s definition of a qualified student loan (26 U.S.C. § 221(d)(1)) while one may think it would be particularly useful to evaluate how the undue hardship standard is used in the Internal Revenue Code given the companionship. My analysis discovers that the effective use of undue hardship in this context is at the mercy of a number of the exact same inconsistent interpretations and determinations as skilled when you look at the Bankruptcy Code.

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