Assuming apartment leases (in USA)

Discussion in 'Bankruptcy' started by Mark T. B. Carroll, Dec 6, 2009.

  1. 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
     
    Mark T. B. Carroll, Dec 6, 2009
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