Two years after the Supreme Court seemingly affirmed the right of secured debtholders to use liens on borrowers' assets as currency in 363 corporate bankruptcy sales, some legal experts are worried lower court judges could be chipping away at the ruling.

There is a growing belief among some observers that federal judges are calling into question the right of a lender or a secondary creditor to "bid" the full value of their claims in Chapter 11 cases.

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