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Strange the way the REMIC issue just disappears yet homeowners who have been foreclosed on can receive an Acquisition or Abandonment of Secured Property where in the IRS says you owe money to the IRS because of the debt that disappeared in the foreclosure. However, if you declared bankruptcy that debt was discharged in the bankruptcy and is no longer owed.