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Chapter 13noun [U]

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LAW, FINANCE a ​part of the US ​lawdealing with bankruptcy, in which a ​plan is made for ​collecting the ​money that a ​person or ​company will ​earn in the future so that it can be used to ​pay back ​debts to the ​people who are ​owedmoney: They took the decision to file for ​chapter 13 ​bankruptcy. Chapter 13 ​bankruptcy can ​helpdebtorssave their homes.
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