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  1. I'm wondering if this is even possible due to jurisdiction issues, but here is the dilemma: Lender has filed a motion for relief of stay in my bankruptcy case. The motion was supported by a declaration of one of lender's employees, who is claiming to be a custodian of records/specialist, etc. etc. The declaration was signed under penalty of perjury and some of the information in it was incorrect. Once the bankruptcy is over, is it even theoretically possible to use that declaration to launch a RESPA/QWR inquiry into how loan servicer made the oversights/errors that can be seen in the declaration? Or is this a waste on my end due to the fact that the declaration was filed in one venue (Bankruptcy court), while I am using it outside of scope, so to speak. But, if I am not mistaken, RESPA is federal Law, so I keep wondering... I guess I am trying to fish out some loan servicer errors, so I am wondering if this could be used as an opportunity or if I am going down a blind alley with this idea. Thanks.