Itta Bena, MS asked in Bankruptcy for Mississippi

Q: Can anyone tell me what does this means

OBJECTION TO EXEMPTIONS ON AMENDED SCHEDULE C , the Chapter 13 Trustee (the “Trustee”), by and through

counsel, and objects to the Debtors’ claimed exemptions on Amended Schedule C (Dkt. #57) as


1. The $400.00 exemption claimed for the 55” flatscreen TV exceeds the $150.00


2. The total amount of all claimed exemptions claimed pursuant to Miss. Code Ann.

§ 85-3-1(a) is in excess of the statutory allowance.

WHEREFORE, PREMISES CONSIDERED, the Trustee requests that this Court enter its

order sustaining the Objection and ordering that the above-referenced property claimed as exempt

be disallowed. The Trustee prays for other such general and specific relief that this Court may Deem

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1 Lawyer Answer
Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
  • Bankruptcy Lawyer
  • Louisville, KY

A: If the context is accurate, it appears to say that you have claimed a $400 exemption for your tv when the appropriate exemption amount if $150. Check with your lawyer for more clarification.

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