Debtor loses offer for High Court to hear student loan case


By Vince Sullivan (Oct 4, 2021, 4:44 p.m. EDT) – Bankrupt woman lost her candidacy for the United States Supreme Court to hear her case regarding the discharge of student loans in Chapter 7 cases when the High Court refused Monday to refuse to take his call.

The judges dismissed Lorna Y. Channer’s petition, ending her efforts to overturn a series of lower court rulings that found her liable for more than $ 70,000 in principal and unpaid student loan interest.

As usual, the High Court did not explain why it decided to pass the case.

In his petition, Channer said the Supreme Court had issued two previous decisions on …

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