debtor's principal residence
debtor's principal residence
(13A) The term "debtor's principal residence"—
(A) means a residential structure, including incidental property, without regard to whether that structure is attached to real property; and
(B) includes an individual condominium or cooperative unit, a mobile or manufactured home, or trailer.

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