Assuming apartment leases (in USA)

  • Thread starter Mark T. B. Carroll
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Mark T. B. Carroll

We're current with our apartment lease and wish to maintain the lease
after bankruptcy. So I guess we need to communicate to the trustee
somehow that we wish the lease to be assumed.

Clearly the security deposit goes on schedule B and the lease itself
goes on schedule G. What more needs to be done?

Does it also require a statement of intention, or an entry on schedule
D, or something? They seem to be talking about things like car loans:
it's hard to see our current apartment lease as a loan with lien on
collateral. Are there any examples or guidelines for how to fill those
out for current apartment rentals? Or can I get away with just writing
on Schedule G that we wish the lease to be assumed?

Mark
 
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