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Vaughns-Trustee-In-Bankruptcy-V-Vaughn , kyctapphigh vaughns-trustee-in-bankruptcy-v-vaughn (1938)

Bankruptcy. On October 3, 1933, W.E. Vaughn was adjudged bankrupt, and on November 3, 1933, this suit was begun by his trustee in bankruptcy to subject this property to the payment of his

Hoskins-V-Hoskins-Trustee-In-Bankruptcy , kyctapphigh hoskins-v-hoskins-trustee-in-bankruptcy (1927)

Sharp, as trustee in bankruptcy of H.M. Hoskins and G.W. Sharp, trustee in bankruptcy, the Methodist Hospital of Kentucky, and H.M. *Page 426 The trustee in bankruptcy may then take such steps as he deems proper and the appellant can assert in the bankruptcy court any claim she may

412.160. Proceedings against surety after bankruptcy ofprincipal. , 412.160 (2020)

Proceedings against surety after bankruptcy ofprincipal. the court shall decide whether or not anything, and, if anything, how much, should have been adjudged against the defendant or appellant, but for the bankruptcy 425.116, if property released from an attachment by reason thereof, or its proceeds, have lawfully come to the defendant's or appellant's assignee in bankruptcy

427.170. Federal bankruptcy code exemptions applicablein Kentucky. , 427.170 (2020)

Federal bankruptcy code exemptions applicablein Kentucky. Solely for the purpose of applying the provisions of 11 U.S.C. sec. 522(b)(2) in a federal bankruptcy proceeding and only to the extent otherwise allowed by applicable federal law, an individual debtor domiciled in this state is authorized to exempt from property of said debtor's bankruptcy estate the property

Republic Bank & Trust Co. v. Hutchinson , 444 B.R. 728 (2011)

Appellee's bankruptcy. 1. is not yet enforceable under non-bankruptcy law at the time of the bankruptcy filing may still constitute a claim that is dischargeable in the bankruptcy bankruptcy case.

Howard v. Allard , 122 B.R. 696 (1991)

By this time, Beasley had received official notice from the Bankruptcy Court clerk of Allard's bankruptcy filing. of the Bankruptcy Code. have been or might be discharged in bankruptcy proceedings.

In Re Owensboro Distilling Co. , 108 B.R. 572 (1989)

bankruptcy judges with Article III powers. the need for article III bankruptcy judges. Congress wisely decided in 1978 to consolidate all bankruptcy-related matters in the bankruptcy court.

In Re LWD, Inc. , 340 B.R. 363 (2006)

pursuant to Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 1015(b). The Bankruptcy Court said that its concern was "whether an important process envisioned by the Bankruptcy Code, sales under 11 U.S.C. § 363, has been subverted As to the issue of the Bankruptcy Court's remedy, K & B argues that the method adopted by the Bankruptcy Court to determine the "surrender value" of

In Re Big Rivers Elec. Corp. , 252 B.R. 670 (2000)

Shortly after the filing of the bankruptcy petition, the Bankruptcy Court ordered the appointment of an examiner. J. The bankruptcy court granted this request. [R. 1-186.] The Examiner filed a motion to compel payment with the Bankruptcy Court and the Bankruptcy Court conducted a hearing on this issue.

McKinstry v. Sergent , 442 B.R. 567 (2011)

it to bankruptcy. Though it has not addressed the scope of related-to bankruptcy jurisdiction where, as here, the bankruptcy court has already confirmed the final bankruptcy " without supervision from the bankruptcy court.

In Re Norvell , 198 B.R. 697 (1996)

Bankruptcy No. 95-34212(1)7. United States Bankruptcy Court, W.D. Kentucky. July 31, 1996. *698 Samuel G. Gaines, Louisville, KY, for Debtor. While this Court cannot solve the age old imponderable, it can solve the analogous bankruptcy issue of "can a debtor have the bankruptcy court avoid a her bankruptcy was filed.

In Re Big Rivers Elec. Corp. , 252 B.R. 393 (2000)

It entered bankruptcy with approximately $1.2 billion in debt. The Bankruptcy Court stated that "Big Rivers' unflinching devotion to the PKEC agreement without question caused harm to the bankruptcy estate, not only When these issues came to head during the bankruptcy, Big Rivers' was prepared to prove to the Bankruptcy Court that the PKEC deal was the best deal and

In Re Big Rivers Elec. Corp. , 266 B.R. 100 (2000)

The Sixth Circuit has opined that "an interim award of compensation granted by a bankruptcy court in an ongoing bankruptcy proceeding generally is an interlocutory The filing of an appeal divests the bankruptcy court of jurisdiction over those aspects of the case involved in the appeal, but the bankruptcy court retains Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 8001(b) states "[a]n appeal from an interlocutory judgment, order, or decree of a bankruptcy judge as permitted by

In Re Carwile , 460 B.R. 464 (2011)

LLOYD, Bankruptcy Judge. BAP 1994); In re Copeland, 2011 WL 2460852 (Bankr.D.S.C.2011) (". . . following the filing of a bankruptcy petition, the Bankruptcy Code controls with Once the Petition was filed, the Debtors' claim became property of the bankruptcy estate and solely within the jurisdiction of the Bankruptcy Court.

In Re Mickler , 344 B.R. 817 (2006)

The Court has before it two appeals arising from the bankruptcy. bankruptcy petitions for a period of time exceeding 180 days. All of this evidence supports the Bankruptcy Court's conclusion that Appellant should be barred from refiling his bankruptcy petition within the next 24

In Re Willis , 199 B.R. 153 (1995)

Bankruptcy No. 94-33113(2)13. United States Bankruptcy Court, W.D. Kentucky. July 14, 1995. Dennis E. Kurtz, Louisville, Kentucky, for Debtor. Twelve years later, on October 24, 1994, Debtor filed for bankruptcy again, this time under Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. Co., 811 F.2d 186 (3rd Cir.1987) (Although underlying debt was discharged in bankruptcy, the lien created before the bankruptcy against Debtor's property

In Re Ping , 96 B.R. 96 (1988)

previous bankruptcy case in 1982. of the Bankruptcy Code. )(1) of the Bankruptcy Code.

Pleasant Pointe Apts. v. Kentucky Housing Corp. , 139 B.R. 828 (1992)

In October of 1990, the Partnerships filed for bankruptcy under Chapter 11, 11 U.S.C. §§ 1101-1174. recognizing the bankruptcy courts' inherent powers to monitor and police proper use of the bankruptcy laws and mechanisms. The bankruptcy court found most of these factors present in the Partnerships' bankruptcy cases.

In Re Big Rivers Elec. Corp. , 252 B.R. 676 (2000)

services during the bankruptcy. The Examiner also appealed the Bankruptcy Court's award. The Bankruptcy Court ordered an auction.

Gentry v. Gentry , 207 B.R. 146 (1997)

Indeed, the decision of the bankruptcy court rests on the finding that the proceeding here is one which arises in the bankruptcy case. The GSA and various Orders in the record make it clear that, even after dismissal of the bankruptcy case, the bankruptcy court would have continuing jurisdiction NOTES [1] In accordance with Bankruptcy Rule 8005, Gentry first filed a motion to stay with the bankruptcy court.

Pratt v. Ventas, Inc. , 273 B.R. 108 (2002)

Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware. Because Ventas, the defendant in this case, was not the debtor in the original bankruptcy proceeding, but rather was a third party, the Bankruptcy Court's Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida.

In Re Stratton , 29 B.R. 93 (1983)

Bankruptcy No. 3-80-01236, Adv. No. 3-83-0012. United States Bankruptcy Court, W.D. Kentucky. February 22, 1983. *94 W. WILLIAM BROWN, Bankruptcy Judge. bankruptcy in an offhand manner during a conversation attendant upon a chance meeting.

In Re Fears , 258 B.R. 371 (2001)

Golden, Louisville, KY, Trustee in Bankruptcy. John S. Egan, Edward M. The Appellants appeal orders of the bankruptcy court denying, in part, their proofs of claim. Section 501(a) of the Bankruptcy Code allows a creditor to file a proof of claim which may entitle it to a portion of the bankruptcy estate.

In Re Big Rivers Elec. Corp. , 233 B.R. 739 (1998)

In light of this new plan which could potentially increase the size of the Big Rivers bankruptcy estate, the bankruptcy court ordered an auction. Rule of Civil Procedure 56(c), which is made applicable to the bankruptcy proceedings under Bankruptcy Rule 7056. on the approval of the bankruptcy court.

Holbrook v. Holbrook , 151 S.W.3d 825 (2004)

However, he contends that it was a debt that was discharged by the United States Bankruptcy Court. Not all marital debts are dischargeable in *828 bankruptcy. The Bankruptcy Code separates debts arising from a marital relationship into two classes. NOTES [1] Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure.

In Re LT Ruth Coal Co., Inc. , 66 B.R. 753 (1986)

permitted by bankruptcy law. prior to bankruptcy. bankruptcy judges do.

In Re Triple S Restaurants, Inc. , 306 B.R. 191 (2004)

Section 548 of the Bankruptcy Code, 11 U.S.C. § 548, empowers a trustee in bankruptcy to avoid fraudulent transfers. within the year prior to the bankruptcy should be disgorged. This Court did not intend to determine that Heavrin's services for the year preceding the bankruptcy were "in connection with the bankruptcy."

McKenzie v. Commonwealth , 373 S.W.2d 595 (1963)

disposed of except by permission or order of the referee in bankruptcy. within four months of the bankruptcy would be null and void because of the bankruptcy proceedings and further adding "I take it that would be in reference to cases in which the lien is one nullified by the bankruptcy.

Schilling v. Reid , 372 B.R. 1 (2007)

Baxter Schilling is the Trustee for her bankruptcy estate. By revoking the discharge, the Bankruptcy Court would have required the Debtor to repay to the bankruptcy estate $66,029.10 from the sale of two separate The Debtor filed for bankruptcy on August 9, 2002. She listed all of her property and assets in the bankruptcy petition.

In Re Robbins , 398 B.R. 442 (2008)

Bankruptcy No. 08-32181. Adversary No. 08-3107. United States Bankruptcy Court, W.D. Kentucky. December 3, 2008. *443 Cathy S. STOSBERG, Bankruptcy Judge. Defendant filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy relief on May 27, 2008. 2. With the bankruptcy petition, the Defendant filed his sworn bankruptcy schedules.

In Re Special Metals Corp. , 360 B.R. 244 (2006)

Court will therefore affirm the decision of the Bankruptcy Court. The same is true when a Bankruptcy Court is asked to interpret the terms of a confirmed plan. ., 984 F.2d 170 (6th Cir.1993) (holding that although the bankruptcy court referred to explicit provisions of the Bankruptcy Code in ruling on creditor's

In Re Hayes , 54 B.R. 920 (1985)

Bankruptcy No. 48400115. United States Bankruptcy Court, W.D. Kentucky. November 27, 1985. DEITZ, Jr., Bankruptcy Judge. Hayes filed bankruptcy on April 12, 1984.

In Re Torco Equipment Co. , 65 B.R. 353 (1986)

This is an appeal from an order of the bankruptcy court dated May 21, 1984, dismissing a preference action brought by the bankruptcy trustee to recover Clare, its trustee in bankruptcy, for relief from the automatic stay. NOTES [1] As the bankruptcy court's memorandum in the present action stated, § 362 proceedings are now carried out by motion practice under Bankruptcy

In Re Leach , 35 B.R. 100 (1983)

Bankruptcy No. 48200297, Adv. No. 4820065. United States Bankruptcy Court, W.D. Kentucky. December 9, 1983. Hugh D. DEITZ, Jr., Bankruptcy Judge. Section 523(a)(2) of the Bankruptcy Code places debts so obtained beyond the protection of a bankruptcy discharge.

In Re Kentucky Processing Co. , 418 B.R. 217 (2009)

This matter is REMANDED to the Bankruptcy Court for further proceedings in accordance with this opinion. As the Bankruptcy Court ultimately declined to award the payment of the quarterly fees, the Bankruptcy Court did not reach the question of enforcing the Rather, that matter may be taken up by the Bankruptcy Court at the appropriate time.

In Re Lapointe , 39 B.R. 80 (1984)

Bankruptcy No. 3840053. United States Bankruptcy Court, W.D. Kentucky. May 11, 1984. Dan E. Siebert, Louisville, Ky., for debtor. Mark H. DEITZ, Jr., Bankruptcy Judge. The reason for the rule is explained by the distinguished co-editors of Collier's Bankruptcy Practice Guide: Under the Bankruptcy Act, it was held that

Matthews v. Educational Credit Management Corp. , 449 B.R. 265 (2011)

The Bankruptcy Court entered this Order on June 3, 2010. [BR# 91]. On June 10, 2010, Plaintiff filed a Notice of Appeal with the Bankruptcy Court. However, on June 24, 2010, as required by Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 8006, Plaintiff filed a Statement of Issues on Appeal with the Bankruptcy Generally, legal conclusions of the Bankruptcy Court are reviewed by this Court de novo while the Bankruptcy Court's findings of fact are reviewed for

Smith v. United States , 114 B.R. 473 (1989)

Smith filed their Chapter 7 petition in bankruptcy on March 25, 1987. BANKRUPTCY COURT'S HOLDING The bankruptcy court decided the issue as a matter of law and granted summary judgment to the United States. The bankruptcy petition was filed on March 25, 1987.

Opinion

Vaughns-Trustee-In-Bankruptcy-V-Vaughn , kyctapphigh vaughns-trustee-in-bankruptcy-v-vaughn (1938)

Bankruptcy. On October 3, 1933, W.E. Vaughn was adjudged bankrupt, and on November 3, 1933, this suit was begun by his trustee in bankruptcy to subject this property to the payment of his

Hoskins-V-Hoskins-Trustee-In-Bankruptcy , kyctapphigh hoskins-v-hoskins-trustee-in-bankruptcy (1927)

Sharp, as trustee in bankruptcy of H.M. Hoskins and G.W. Sharp, trustee in bankruptcy, the Methodist Hospital of Kentucky, and H.M. *Page 426 The trustee in bankruptcy may then take such steps as he deems proper and the appellant can assert in the bankruptcy court any claim she may

Republic Bank & Trust Co. v. Hutchinson , 444 B.R. 728 (2011)

Appellee's bankruptcy. 1. is not yet enforceable under non-bankruptcy law at the time of the bankruptcy filing may still constitute a claim that is dischargeable in the bankruptcy bankruptcy case.

Howard v. Allard , 122 B.R. 696 (1991)

By this time, Beasley had received official notice from the Bankruptcy Court clerk of Allard's bankruptcy filing. of the Bankruptcy Code. have been or might be discharged in bankruptcy proceedings.

In Re Owensboro Distilling Co. , 108 B.R. 572 (1989)

bankruptcy judges with Article III powers. the need for article III bankruptcy judges. Congress wisely decided in 1978 to consolidate all bankruptcy-related matters in the bankruptcy court.

In Re LWD, Inc. , 340 B.R. 363 (2006)

pursuant to Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 1015(b). The Bankruptcy Court said that its concern was "whether an important process envisioned by the Bankruptcy Code, sales under 11 U.S.C. § 363, has been subverted As to the issue of the Bankruptcy Court's remedy, K & B argues that the method adopted by the Bankruptcy Court to determine the "surrender value" of

In Re Big Rivers Elec. Corp. , 252 B.R. 670 (2000)

Shortly after the filing of the bankruptcy petition, the Bankruptcy Court ordered the appointment of an examiner. J. The bankruptcy court granted this request. [R. 1-186.] The Examiner filed a motion to compel payment with the Bankruptcy Court and the Bankruptcy Court conducted a hearing on this issue.

McKinstry v. Sergent , 442 B.R. 567 (2011)

it to bankruptcy. Though it has not addressed the scope of related-to bankruptcy jurisdiction where, as here, the bankruptcy court has already confirmed the final bankruptcy " without supervision from the bankruptcy court.

In Re Norvell , 198 B.R. 697 (1996)

Bankruptcy No. 95-34212(1)7. United States Bankruptcy Court, W.D. Kentucky. July 31, 1996. *698 Samuel G. Gaines, Louisville, KY, for Debtor. While this Court cannot solve the age old imponderable, it can solve the analogous bankruptcy issue of "can a debtor have the bankruptcy court avoid a her bankruptcy was filed.

In Re Big Rivers Elec. Corp. , 252 B.R. 393 (2000)

It entered bankruptcy with approximately $1.2 billion in debt. The Bankruptcy Court stated that "Big Rivers' unflinching devotion to the PKEC agreement without question caused harm to the bankruptcy estate, not only When these issues came to head during the bankruptcy, Big Rivers' was prepared to prove to the Bankruptcy Court that the PKEC deal was the best deal and

In Re Big Rivers Elec. Corp. , 266 B.R. 100 (2000)

The Sixth Circuit has opined that "an interim award of compensation granted by a bankruptcy court in an ongoing bankruptcy proceeding generally is an interlocutory The filing of an appeal divests the bankruptcy court of jurisdiction over those aspects of the case involved in the appeal, but the bankruptcy court retains Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 8001(b) states "[a]n appeal from an interlocutory judgment, order, or decree of a bankruptcy judge as permitted by

In Re Carwile , 460 B.R. 464 (2011)

LLOYD, Bankruptcy Judge. BAP 1994); In re Copeland, 2011 WL 2460852 (Bankr.D.S.C.2011) (". . . following the filing of a bankruptcy petition, the Bankruptcy Code controls with Once the Petition was filed, the Debtors' claim became property of the bankruptcy estate and solely within the jurisdiction of the Bankruptcy Court.

In Re Mickler , 344 B.R. 817 (2006)

The Court has before it two appeals arising from the bankruptcy. bankruptcy petitions for a period of time exceeding 180 days. All of this evidence supports the Bankruptcy Court's conclusion that Appellant should be barred from refiling his bankruptcy petition within the next 24

In Re Willis , 199 B.R. 153 (1995)

Bankruptcy No. 94-33113(2)13. United States Bankruptcy Court, W.D. Kentucky. July 14, 1995. Dennis E. Kurtz, Louisville, Kentucky, for Debtor. Twelve years later, on October 24, 1994, Debtor filed for bankruptcy again, this time under Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. Co., 811 F.2d 186 (3rd Cir.1987) (Although underlying debt was discharged in bankruptcy, the lien created before the bankruptcy against Debtor's property

In Re Ping , 96 B.R. 96 (1988)

previous bankruptcy case in 1982. of the Bankruptcy Code. )(1) of the Bankruptcy Code.

Pleasant Pointe Apts. v. Kentucky Housing Corp. , 139 B.R. 828 (1992)

In October of 1990, the Partnerships filed for bankruptcy under Chapter 11, 11 U.S.C. §§ 1101-1174. recognizing the bankruptcy courts' inherent powers to monitor and police proper use of the bankruptcy laws and mechanisms. The bankruptcy court found most of these factors present in the Partnerships' bankruptcy cases.

In Re Big Rivers Elec. Corp. , 252 B.R. 676 (2000)

services during the bankruptcy. The Examiner also appealed the Bankruptcy Court's award. The Bankruptcy Court ordered an auction.

Gentry v. Gentry , 207 B.R. 146 (1997)

Indeed, the decision of the bankruptcy court rests on the finding that the proceeding here is one which arises in the bankruptcy case. The GSA and various Orders in the record make it clear that, even after dismissal of the bankruptcy case, the bankruptcy court would have continuing jurisdiction NOTES [1] In accordance with Bankruptcy Rule 8005, Gentry first filed a motion to stay with the bankruptcy court.

Pratt v. Ventas, Inc. , 273 B.R. 108 (2002)

Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware. Because Ventas, the defendant in this case, was not the debtor in the original bankruptcy proceeding, but rather was a third party, the Bankruptcy Court's Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida.

In Re Stratton , 29 B.R. 93 (1983)

Bankruptcy No. 3-80-01236, Adv. No. 3-83-0012. United States Bankruptcy Court, W.D. Kentucky. February 22, 1983. *94 W. WILLIAM BROWN, Bankruptcy Judge. bankruptcy in an offhand manner during a conversation attendant upon a chance meeting.

In Re Fears , 258 B.R. 371 (2001)

Golden, Louisville, KY, Trustee in Bankruptcy. John S. Egan, Edward M. The Appellants appeal orders of the bankruptcy court denying, in part, their proofs of claim. Section 501(a) of the Bankruptcy Code allows a creditor to file a proof of claim which may entitle it to a portion of the bankruptcy estate.

In Re Big Rivers Elec. Corp. , 233 B.R. 739 (1998)

In light of this new plan which could potentially increase the size of the Big Rivers bankruptcy estate, the bankruptcy court ordered an auction. Rule of Civil Procedure 56(c), which is made applicable to the bankruptcy proceedings under Bankruptcy Rule 7056. on the approval of the bankruptcy court.

Holbrook v. Holbrook , 151 S.W.3d 825 (2004)

However, he contends that it was a debt that was discharged by the United States Bankruptcy Court. Not all marital debts are dischargeable in *828 bankruptcy. The Bankruptcy Code separates debts arising from a marital relationship into two classes. NOTES [1] Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure.

In Re LT Ruth Coal Co., Inc. , 66 B.R. 753 (1986)

permitted by bankruptcy law. prior to bankruptcy. bankruptcy judges do.

In Re Triple S Restaurants, Inc. , 306 B.R. 191 (2004)

Section 548 of the Bankruptcy Code, 11 U.S.C. § 548, empowers a trustee in bankruptcy to avoid fraudulent transfers. within the year prior to the bankruptcy should be disgorged. This Court did not intend to determine that Heavrin's services for the year preceding the bankruptcy were "in connection with the bankruptcy."

McKenzie v. Commonwealth , 373 S.W.2d 595 (1963)

disposed of except by permission or order of the referee in bankruptcy. within four months of the bankruptcy would be null and void because of the bankruptcy proceedings and further adding "I take it that would be in reference to cases in which the lien is one nullified by the bankruptcy.

Schilling v. Reid , 372 B.R. 1 (2007)

Baxter Schilling is the Trustee for her bankruptcy estate. By revoking the discharge, the Bankruptcy Court would have required the Debtor to repay to the bankruptcy estate $66,029.10 from the sale of two separate The Debtor filed for bankruptcy on August 9, 2002. She listed all of her property and assets in the bankruptcy petition.

In Re Robbins , 398 B.R. 442 (2008)

Bankruptcy No. 08-32181. Adversary No. 08-3107. United States Bankruptcy Court, W.D. Kentucky. December 3, 2008. *443 Cathy S. STOSBERG, Bankruptcy Judge. Defendant filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy relief on May 27, 2008. 2. With the bankruptcy petition, the Defendant filed his sworn bankruptcy schedules.

In Re Special Metals Corp. , 360 B.R. 244 (2006)

Court will therefore affirm the decision of the Bankruptcy Court. The same is true when a Bankruptcy Court is asked to interpret the terms of a confirmed plan. ., 984 F.2d 170 (6th Cir.1993) (holding that although the bankruptcy court referred to explicit provisions of the Bankruptcy Code in ruling on creditor's

In Re Hayes , 54 B.R. 920 (1985)

Bankruptcy No. 48400115. United States Bankruptcy Court, W.D. Kentucky. November 27, 1985. DEITZ, Jr., Bankruptcy Judge. Hayes filed bankruptcy on April 12, 1984.

In Re Torco Equipment Co. , 65 B.R. 353 (1986)

This is an appeal from an order of the bankruptcy court dated May 21, 1984, dismissing a preference action brought by the bankruptcy trustee to recover Clare, its trustee in bankruptcy, for relief from the automatic stay. NOTES [1] As the bankruptcy court's memorandum in the present action stated, § 362 proceedings are now carried out by motion practice under Bankruptcy

In Re Leach , 35 B.R. 100 (1983)

Bankruptcy No. 48200297, Adv. No. 4820065. United States Bankruptcy Court, W.D. Kentucky. December 9, 1983. Hugh D. DEITZ, Jr., Bankruptcy Judge. Section 523(a)(2) of the Bankruptcy Code places debts so obtained beyond the protection of a bankruptcy discharge.

In Re Kentucky Processing Co. , 418 B.R. 217 (2009)

This matter is REMANDED to the Bankruptcy Court for further proceedings in accordance with this opinion. As the Bankruptcy Court ultimately declined to award the payment of the quarterly fees, the Bankruptcy Court did not reach the question of enforcing the Rather, that matter may be taken up by the Bankruptcy Court at the appropriate time.

In Re Lapointe , 39 B.R. 80 (1984)

Bankruptcy No. 3840053. United States Bankruptcy Court, W.D. Kentucky. May 11, 1984. Dan E. Siebert, Louisville, Ky., for debtor. Mark H. DEITZ, Jr., Bankruptcy Judge. The reason for the rule is explained by the distinguished co-editors of Collier's Bankruptcy Practice Guide: Under the Bankruptcy Act, it was held that

Matthews v. Educational Credit Management Corp. , 449 B.R. 265 (2011)

The Bankruptcy Court entered this Order on June 3, 2010. [BR# 91]. On June 10, 2010, Plaintiff filed a Notice of Appeal with the Bankruptcy Court. However, on June 24, 2010, as required by Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 8006, Plaintiff filed a Statement of Issues on Appeal with the Bankruptcy Generally, legal conclusions of the Bankruptcy Court are reviewed by this Court de novo while the Bankruptcy Court's findings of fact are reviewed for

Smith v. United States , 114 B.R. 473 (1989)

Smith filed their Chapter 7 petition in bankruptcy on March 25, 1987. BANKRUPTCY COURT'S HOLDING The bankruptcy court decided the issue as a matter of law and granted summary judgment to the United States. The bankruptcy petition was filed on March 25, 1987.

Statute

412.160. Proceedings against surety after bankruptcy ofprincipal. , 412.160 (2020)

Proceedings against surety after bankruptcy ofprincipal. the court shall decide whether or not anything, and, if anything, how much, should have been adjudged against the defendant or appellant, but for the bankruptcy 425.116, if property released from an attachment by reason thereof, or its proceeds, have lawfully come to the defendant's or appellant's assignee in bankruptcy

427.170. Federal bankruptcy code exemptions applicablein Kentucky. , 427.170 (2020)

Federal bankruptcy code exemptions applicablein Kentucky. Solely for the purpose of applying the provisions of 11 U.S.C. sec. 522(b)(2) in a federal bankruptcy proceeding and only to the extent otherwise allowed by applicable federal law, an individual debtor domiciled in this state is authorized to exempt from property of said debtor's bankruptcy estate the property