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Many good-faith decisions under § 1325(a)(3) measure the effort by the debtor to pay unsecured claim holders as a factor in good-faith analysis.1 It can be argued that satisfaction of unsecured claim holders is fully circumscribed by other sections of the Code—including the best-interests-of-creditors test2 and the disposable income test3—but counsel must be prepared to address good-faith objections to confirmation in any Chapter 13 case in which the percentage of payment of unsecured claims is small.
1 See discussion beginning at § 108.1 Economic Components of Good Faith—In General.
2 See discussion beginning at § 90.1 In General: Plan Payments vs. Hypothetical Liquidation.
3 See discussion beginning at § 91.1 In General.