Bank of America drops case against TN trustee; agrees to pay attorney fees

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Bank of America drops case against TN trustee; agrees to pay attorney fees

Bank of America drops case against TN trustee; agrees to pay attorney fees

Nashville Business Journal-

Charlotte, N.C.-based Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) has dropped its legal attack on Nashville’s Chapter 13 bankruptcy trustee.

Earlier this year, as part of a consumer bankruptcy proceeding, Bank of America became the first lender to sue a Tennessee trustee of the court.

In an agreement filed Thursday, Bank of America worked out a deal directly with the debtors — dropping accusations that Chapter 13 trustee Henry “Hank” Hildebrand wasn’t dispersing money appropriately.

“They decided they would dismiss the lawsuit, pay my attorney fess and they apologized,” Hildebrand said.

[NASHVILLE BUSINESS JOURNAL]

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One Response to “Bank of America drops case against TN trustee; agrees to pay attorney fees”

  1. dani says:

    BANKSTERS FROM BOF ARE FULL OF IT ,THE HERO TRUSTEE THAT FACE THEIR FRAUD IS A HERO GOD BLESS HIM AND GOD BLESS AMERICA KEEP ON FIGHTING BOA FRAUD ALL OVER AN AMERICA NEVER GIVE UP FALKS

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