The servicer must be able to account for any scheduled interest(and principal, if applicable) that must be remitted to Fannie Mae.See Processing Pre-Petition and Post-Petition Payments in E-2.2-04, Managing Chapter 13 Bankruptcies for additional information.
The servicer’s remittance to Fannie Mae must satisfy Fannie Mae’s standard remittance requirements based on the remittance type of the mortgage loan. The servicer may not deduct its expenses from any payments the trustee forwards to it. For additional information regarding reclassifying or removing loans from a MBS pool, see Removing Regular Servicing Option MBS Mortgage Loans Upon Confirmation of a Bankruptcy Plan and Reclassifying Special Servicing Option MBS Mortgage Loans Upon Confirmation of a Bankruptcy Plan in E-2.1-11, Remitting P&I for MBS Mortgage Loans That Are Part of a Bankruptcy. In addition, the servicer must comply with the policies and procedures in Fannie Mae’s Investor Reporting Manual.