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The Eleventh Circuit’s opinions in In re McNeal1, Bank of America v. Caulkett2 and Bank of America v. Toledo-Cardona3 put second mortgages in greater jeopardy for lenders when the Eleventh Circuit held that second-priority mortgage liens could be eliminated completely (i.e. “stripped off”) in chapter 7 bankruptcy cases where collateral is

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Chapter 11 plans routinely contain provisions either releasing, or enjoining litigation against, various stakeholders involved in the case, particularly where the plan contemplates an infusion of cash by those stakeholders.  With few exceptions, the provisions of a confirmed chapter 11 plan are binding upon all creditors, whether or not they vote in favor of the