In re Alexander

Ruling: 
Court deemed plans confirmable if projected disposable income was calculated under section 1325(b)(2)'s new disposable income definition and that amount, if any, was committed to pay unsecured creditors for applicable commitment period.
Procedural posture: 
The chapter 13 trustee filed motions to confirm the chapter 13 plans in several cases. The debtors in these cases all objected because the trustee had not included language in the plans that allowed the possibility of early termination. The trustee contended that the applicable commitment period was a period of either three or five years depending upon a debtor's current monthly income.
Issue: 
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