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12-508.20. Bankruptcy Files. , 12-508.20 (2020)

Bankruptcy Files. A. Description: Files of bankruptcy cases involving property located in the county. This information is filed with the United States Bankruptcy Court. B. Retention: 10 years, then destroy.

§ 40-10-290. Bankruptcy. , 40-10-290 (2020)

Bankruptcy. A licensee who, voluntarily or involuntarily, is subjected to any provision of the laws of bankruptcy shall notify the board within fifteen days and provide any and all information pertinent to the bankruptcy that the board may require.

§ 44-135-90. Effect of bankruptcy. , 44-135-90 (2020)

Effect of bankruptcy. Nothing in this act is intended to, and nothing in this act shall be interpreted to: (1) affect the rights of any party in bankruptcy proceedings; or satisfies the claim criteria for compensable claims or demands under a trust established under a plan of reorganization under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy

Vieira v. AGM, II, LLC , 363 B.R. 746 (2007)

ANALYSIS The procedural rules regarding referral of bankruptcy cases to bankruptcy court are set forth in 28 U.S.C. § 157. The defendants then sought to have the case referred to bankruptcy court, arguing that the case was related to the pending bankruptcy cases and that a If the civil case "could conceivably have any effect on the estate being administered in bankruptcy," the civil case is related to the bankruptcy case.

In Re Singleton , 358 B.R. 253 (2006)

BAP 2004) ("[A] bankruptcy is usually closed after the bankruptcy proceedings are completed ... [A] bankruptcy is reopened under 11 U.S.C. § 350(b), not to restore the pre-bankruptcy status, but to continue the bankruptcy proceedings."); Figlio v. Because the court finds that the Bankruptcy.

§ 40-11-380. Notification of bankruptcy of licensee. , 40-11-380 (2020)

Notification of bankruptcy of licensee. A licensee who, voluntarily or involuntarily, is subjected to any provision of the laws of bankruptcy shall notify the board within fifteen days and provide any and all information pertinent to the bankruptcy that the board may require.

§ 55-8-190. Effect of discharge in bankruptcy. , 55-8-190 (2020)

Effect of discharge in bankruptcy. A discharge in bankruptcy shall not relieve any person from the requirements of this chapter.

§ 30-5-190. Recordation of proceedings in bankruptcy. , 30-5-190 (2020)

Recordation of proceedings in bankruptcy. A certified copy of a petition, with schedules omitted, commencing a proceeding under the Bankruptcy Act of the United States, of the decree of adjudication

§ 40-79-300. Bankruptcy of licensee; dissolution ofbusiness. , 40-79-300 (2020)

Bankruptcy of licensee; dissolution ofbusiness. (A) A licensee who, voluntarily or involuntarily, is subjected to any provision of the laws of bankruptcy, shall notify the board within fifteen days and

In Re Carolina Park Associates, LLC , 430 B.R. 744 (2010)

The operating agreement of the Debtor states that "filing a petition in Bankruptcy or for the adoption of an arrangement under any Bankruptcy statute," counsel to file and maintain a bankruptcy proceeding." Marino, testified that MDC entered into the release agreement not to contest a bankruptcy filing, despite its belief that bankruptcy was not in the best

In Re Marine Energy Systems Corp. , 430 B.R. 348 (2010)

Summary judgment in bankruptcy is governed by Fed. The Bankruptcy Judge's Order The bankruptcy judge determined that the IRS's tax liens attached to the proceeds held by the Chapter 7 trustee. by Appellant's bankruptcy filing.

Vieira v. AGM, II, LLC , 366 B.R. 532 (2007)

be called upon to apply non-bankruptcy federal law, and (3) the application of non-bankruptcy federal law is essential to the bankruptcy proceeding.[6 matters left in this bankruptcy case." Vieira's failure to indicate which non-bankruptcy federal laws the Bankruptcy Court will have to apply is fatal.

In Re Ammirati , 187 B.R. 902 (1995)

JUDGMENT OF THE BANKRUPTCY COURT A. Bankruptcy Order at 11. Bankruptcy Order at 15.

In Re Bolen , 295 B.R. 803 (2002)

In response, Defendant asserts that it did not receive a notice of Debtor's bankruptcy filing from either the Bankruptcy Noticing Center or correspondence Defendant argues that the Notice of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Case (the "Official Notice") from the Bankruptcy Noticing Center as well as correspondence from further as to Debtor's pending bankruptcy case.

In Re Heritage Vil. Ch. & Missionary Fellowship , 87 B.R. 401 (1988)

In its order, the bankruptcy court concluded the injunction is authorized under section 362(a)(6) of the Bankruptcy Code which automatically stays "any within the bankruptcy court's general powers under section 105 of the Bankruptcy Code. of the Bankruptcy Code.

Grubbs v. National Bank of South Carolina , 114 B.R. 450 (1990)

This matter is before the Court on appeal from two orders of the bankruptcy court, In re Grubbs, Bankruptcy No. 88-3857 (Bankr.D.S.C. Murphy ("Murphy"), filed for relief under Chapter 13 of the United States Bankruptcy Code ("Bankruptcy Code"), 11 U.S.C. §§ 1300 et seq. ., Bankruptcy No. 87-3709 (March 30, 1988); In re Willis, Bankruptcy No. 88-3668 (Feb. 2, 1989).

In Re Wright , 39 B.R. 623 (1983)

The question involved is whether the Bankruptcy Court may direct the South Carolina Retirement System to turnover to a trustee in bankruptcy funds which THE ORDER OF THE BANKRUPTCY COURT In an Order of March 11, 1983, the Bankruptcy Court required the Retirement System to turn over the funds it held on That case, however, was decided under the old Bankruptcy Act, not the current Bankruptcy Code of 1978.

In Re Winburn , 72 B.R. 167 (1986)

Bankruptcy No. 85-00911, Adv./Complaint No. 85-0276. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. January 29, 1986. *168 Reid B. BRATTON DAVIS, Bankruptcy Judge. Bankruptcy Rule 9006(a).

In Re Lee , 432 B.R. 212 (2010)

Debtor also appeals the bankruptcy court's ruling denying Debtor leave to amend her complaint. Just prior to the bankruptcy court issuing the Merits Order, Debtor filed a motion to amend her complaint, which the bankruptcy court denied. In a related but separate order, the bankruptcy court denied Debtor leave to amend her complaint.

Dunes Hotel Associates v. Hyatt Corp. , 245 B.R. 492 (2000)

bankruptcy court. The debtor files bankruptcy. its bankruptcy case.

In Re McLean , 41 B.R. 893 (1984)

The matters raised herein involve the interrelationship of the Bankruptcy Code of 1978[1] (hereinafter "Bankruptcy Code"), the Employee Retirement Income Proposed Bankruptcy Act § 4-503; S. King, Collier on Bankruptcy.

Johnson v. COMMISSIONER, IRS , 301 B.R. 707 (2003)

Johnson received his discharge from the Bankruptcy Court on February 24, 1993 (ROA, Ex. 1). Johnson now appeals the Bankruptcy Court's order granting summary judgment to the IRS. The Bankruptcy Court found the record established the following facts: 1.

In Re Katzburg , 326 B.R. 606 (2004)

WAITES, Bankruptcy Judge. with this Court, on July 14, 2004, in order to receive Chapter 7 bankruptcy relief. 6. See In re Moffett, 356 F.3d at 521 (noting that while determining the extent of the bankruptcy estate is a matter of federal bankruptcy law, determining

In Re Daniel , 137 B.R. 884 (1992)

This matter is before the court on appeal from the United States Bankruptcy Court pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 158(a) and Bankruptcy Rules 8001 and 8002. Pursuant to Bankruptcy Rule 8013, on appeal the district court shall not set aside the findings of fact of the bankruptcy court unless clearly erroneous The bankruptcy court did not err. 5.

In Re Senise , 202 B.R. 403 (1996)

Bankruptcy No. 95-74835. United States Bankruptcy Court, D.South Carolina. July 17, 1996. *404 *405 Elizabeth M. Atkins, Charleston, SC, for debtor. is legal entitlements that exist outside of bankruptcy." Its non-bankruptcy entitlements should be respected.

WILKERSON FUEL, INC. v. Elliott , 415 B.R. 214 (2009)

on fraud and not dischargeable in bankruptcy. The bankruptcy court dismissed the action. Id. As the bankruptcy court stated, the bankruptcy court is a court of equity and has equitable powers pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 105.

In Re Connector 2000 Ass'n, Inc. , 447 B.R. 752 (2011)

Code, the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure (the "Bankruptcy Rules"), the District of South Carolina Local Bankruptcy Rules (the "Local Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Rules, and Local Bankruptcy Rules. Code, the Bankruptcy Rules, and the Local Bankruptcy Rules.

In Re Weatherford , 413 B.R. 273 (2009)

Bankruptcy No. 03-15184-JW. Adversary No. 08-80094-JW. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. April 6, 2009. *278 Philip L. WAITES, Bankruptcy Judge. He did not check the bankruptcy court's records to determine the status of Weatherford's Bankruptcy Case. 17.

In Re Paul , 194 B.R. 381 (1995)

Bankruptcy No. 91-02932. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. October 24, 1995. *382 Dana Wilkinson, Columbia, SC, for Debtor. On or about July 29, 1993, the Debtor's bankruptcy case was closed. 4. The Debtor filed his petition under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code.

In Re McIver , 78 B.R. 439 (1987)

. § 109(f) of the Bankruptcy Code. Section 109(f)(1) provides that no individual may be a debtor under the Bankruptcy Code if in the preceding 180 days he had been a debtor in a bankruptcy Therefore, we agree with the bankruptcy court that Mr.

In Re Mickel , 35 B.R. 28 (1983)

Bankruptcy No. 83-00369. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. September 14, 1983. *29 John K. Fort, Spartanburg, S.C., for debtor. BRATTON DAVIS, Bankruptcy Judge. the Interim Bankruptcy Rules.[1] II Bankruptcy Rule 404(c)[2] and the last sentence of Bankruptcy Rule 409(a)(2)[3]*30 give the court the discretion

In Re Salinas , 353 B.R. 124 (2006)

Bankruptcy No. 06-01150-JW, Adversary No. 06-80087-JW. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. July 21, 2006. *125 Reid B. bankruptcy court; 9. The Bankruptcy is a No Asset Chapter 7.

In Re Ryan , 350 B.R. 632 (2006)

Bankruptcy Rule 9006(b)(1). To determine whether to dismiss a bankruptcy appeal for failure to timely file a brief, the district court must exercise its discretion under Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Rule 9006(b)(1). [3] In relevant part, Bankruptcy Rule 8001(a) states that "[a]n appellant's failure to take any step other than the timely

In Re Rucker , 458 B.R. 287 (2011)

Bankruptcy No. 11-01709-JW. Adversary No. 11-80041-JW. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. May 12, 2011. *289 Merrill A. Prior to Debtor's filing of bankruptcy, on August 31, 2010, the Honorable Wayne M. The bankruptcy court relied on Caffey in determining that Ms.

In Re Smith , 100 B.R. 289 (1988)

Bankruptcy No. 86-01500. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. April 13, 1988. Joseph M. Jenkins, Greenville, S.C., for trustee. There has been no distribution to any creditor in this bankruptcy case. NOTES [1] Further references to the Bankruptcy Code (11 U.S.C. §§ 101 et seq.) shall be by section numbers only. [2] Section 57(n) of the Bankruptcy

Ex Parte Roberts , 93 B.R. 442 (1988)

No. 87-2705-15, Bankruptcy No. 84-00528. United States District Court, D. South Carolina, Columbia Division. March 21, 1988. W. This case is an appeal from an order entered by the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of South Carolina (hereinafter "Bankruptcy Court"). This issue must thus be remanded to the Bankruptcy Court, and upon remand, the Bankruptcy Court is directed to make specific findings regarding the amount

In Re Perry , 336 F. Supp. 420 (1972)

Bratton Davis, Referee in Bankruptcy for the District of South Carolina. On November 15, 1971, Perry served his answer to the petition specifically denying the alleged acts of bankruptcy, asking that adjudication in bankruptcy Section 3a of the Bankruptcy Act (11 U.S.C. § 21a) defines the acts of bankruptcy: "Acts of bankruptcy by a person shall consist of his having (1) concealed

In Re Kean , 207 B.R. 118 (1996)

WAITES, Bankruptcy Judge. On January 7, 1993, the Debtor filed a voluntary Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition. 2. petition for bankruptcy filed on January 7, 1993 by William M.

In Re Bunch , 119 B.R. 77 (1990)

Bankruptcy No. 89-01282, Adv. No. 89-8108. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. February 1, 1990. *78 George G. ORDER WILLIAM THURMOND BISHOP, Bankruptcy Judge. Moore and confirmed the bankruptcy filing of the debtors.

In Re Smith , 100 B.R. 293 (1989)

In its order, the Bankruptcy Court ruled that (1) the case law regarding informal proofs of claim had not been overturned by the enactment of the Bankruptcy Effect of the Bankruptcy Code on Informal Proofs of Claim Prior to the enactment of the Bankruptcy Code, an informal proof of claim prior to the bar date For these reasons, the Bankruptcy Court did not err in so ruling.

In Re Brabham , 184 B.R. 476 (1995)

Bankruptcy No. 93-74746. Adv. No. 94-8282. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. WAITES, Bankruptcy Judge. The bankruptcy case closed on January 14, 1994.

In Re Ward , 184 B.R. 253 (1995)

Bankruptcy No. 94-74034. Adv. No. 94-8253. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. April 28, 1995. *254 Stephen F. WAITES, Bankruptcy Judge. of a petition voluntarily seeking the protection of the bankruptcy court and the bankruptcy code.

In Re Wellman , 74 B.R. 91 (1985)

Bankruptcy No. 84-01142. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. September 16, 1985. ORDER J. BRATTON DAVIS, Bankruptcy Judge. The formula for the computation of the 90-day period is mandated in Bankruptcy Rule 9006(a).[3] In computing the 90-day period, pursuant to Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Rule 9006(b)(1), (2).

In Re Kash & Karry Wholesale, Inc. , 28 B.R. 66 (1982)

Bankruptcy No. 82-00307, Complaint Nos. 82-0543, 82-0569. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. November 23, 1982. *67 J. Under both the old Bankruptcy Act and the new Bankruptcy Code, it is recognized that bankruptcy courts should not interfere with state court actions where Under Section 16 (11 U.S.C. § 34) of the Bankruptcy Act and under Section 524(e) (11 U.S.C. § 524(e)) of the Bankruptcy Code the discharge of a debt of

Wolfe v. Ebert , 37 B.R. 934 (1983)

Bankruptcy Court for the District of South Carolina (hereinafter "Bankruptcy Court"). Jurisdiction is based upon 28 U.S.C. § 1334 (1976). Prior to this determination, the appellees filed a joint wage-earner petition in bankruptcy pursuant to Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code, 11 U.S.C. §§ See Advisory Committee's Note to Bankruptcy Rule 13-301.

In Re Jones , 57 B.R. 60 (1985)

Bankruptcy No. 82-00645. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. November 4, 1985. D. Nathan Davis, Charleston, S.C., for debtors. Wm. BRATTON DAVIS, Bankruptcy Judge. A The only exception to Bankruptcy Rule 3002 under which VA might arguably fall is Bankruptcy Rule 3002(c)(1) which provides: On motion of the United States

In Re Carrigg , 14 B.R. 658 (1981)

Bankruptcy No. 81-00160, Complaint No. 81-0109. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. September 30, 1981. *659 Thomas B. BRATTON DAVIS, Bankruptcy Judge. Bankruptcy Rule 407.

In Re Kirven , 188 B.R. 15 (1994)

Bankruptcy No. 93-74025. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. September 30, 1994. Dana E. Wilkinson, Columbia, SC, Robert F. Kirven prior to bankruptcy, in an apparent attempt to avoid paying his obligations. NOTES [1] The underlying principal of equality of distribution in bankruptcy cases is central to the Bankruptcy Code.

In Re Twins, Inc. , 295 B.R. 568 (2003)

WAITES, Bankruptcy Judge. The Trustee argues that the Staregas had actual notice that the bankruptcy was pending before the claims bar date and that this notice of the bankruptcy proceedings by Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 7052.[2] FINDINGS OF FACT 1.

In Re Joe Gibson's Auto World, Inc. , 416 B.R. 469 (2009)

Bankruptcy No. 08-04215-HB. Adversary No. 09-80052-HB. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. September 30, 2009. *470 G. BURRIS, Bankruptcy Judge. directly affect a core bankruptcy function...."

Opinion

Vieira v. AGM, II, LLC , 363 B.R. 746 (2007)

ANALYSIS The procedural rules regarding referral of bankruptcy cases to bankruptcy court are set forth in 28 U.S.C. § 157. The defendants then sought to have the case referred to bankruptcy court, arguing that the case was related to the pending bankruptcy cases and that a If the civil case "could conceivably have any effect on the estate being administered in bankruptcy," the civil case is related to the bankruptcy case.

In Re Singleton , 358 B.R. 253 (2006)

BAP 2004) ("[A] bankruptcy is usually closed after the bankruptcy proceedings are completed ... [A] bankruptcy is reopened under 11 U.S.C. § 350(b), not to restore the pre-bankruptcy status, but to continue the bankruptcy proceedings."); Figlio v. Because the court finds that the Bankruptcy.

In Re Carolina Park Associates, LLC , 430 B.R. 744 (2010)

The operating agreement of the Debtor states that "filing a petition in Bankruptcy or for the adoption of an arrangement under any Bankruptcy statute," counsel to file and maintain a bankruptcy proceeding." Marino, testified that MDC entered into the release agreement not to contest a bankruptcy filing, despite its belief that bankruptcy was not in the best

In Re Marine Energy Systems Corp. , 430 B.R. 348 (2010)

Summary judgment in bankruptcy is governed by Fed. The Bankruptcy Judge's Order The bankruptcy judge determined that the IRS's tax liens attached to the proceeds held by the Chapter 7 trustee. by Appellant's bankruptcy filing.

Vieira v. AGM, II, LLC , 366 B.R. 532 (2007)

be called upon to apply non-bankruptcy federal law, and (3) the application of non-bankruptcy federal law is essential to the bankruptcy proceeding.[6 matters left in this bankruptcy case." Vieira's failure to indicate which non-bankruptcy federal laws the Bankruptcy Court will have to apply is fatal.

In Re Ammirati , 187 B.R. 902 (1995)

JUDGMENT OF THE BANKRUPTCY COURT A. Bankruptcy Order at 11. Bankruptcy Order at 15.

In Re Bolen , 295 B.R. 803 (2002)

In response, Defendant asserts that it did not receive a notice of Debtor's bankruptcy filing from either the Bankruptcy Noticing Center or correspondence Defendant argues that the Notice of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Case (the "Official Notice") from the Bankruptcy Noticing Center as well as correspondence from further as to Debtor's pending bankruptcy case.

In Re Heritage Vil. Ch. & Missionary Fellowship , 87 B.R. 401 (1988)

In its order, the bankruptcy court concluded the injunction is authorized under section 362(a)(6) of the Bankruptcy Code which automatically stays "any within the bankruptcy court's general powers under section 105 of the Bankruptcy Code. of the Bankruptcy Code.

Grubbs v. National Bank of South Carolina , 114 B.R. 450 (1990)

This matter is before the Court on appeal from two orders of the bankruptcy court, In re Grubbs, Bankruptcy No. 88-3857 (Bankr.D.S.C. Murphy ("Murphy"), filed for relief under Chapter 13 of the United States Bankruptcy Code ("Bankruptcy Code"), 11 U.S.C. §§ 1300 et seq. ., Bankruptcy No. 87-3709 (March 30, 1988); In re Willis, Bankruptcy No. 88-3668 (Feb. 2, 1989).

In Re Wright , 39 B.R. 623 (1983)

The question involved is whether the Bankruptcy Court may direct the South Carolina Retirement System to turnover to a trustee in bankruptcy funds which THE ORDER OF THE BANKRUPTCY COURT In an Order of March 11, 1983, the Bankruptcy Court required the Retirement System to turn over the funds it held on That case, however, was decided under the old Bankruptcy Act, not the current Bankruptcy Code of 1978.

In Re Winburn , 72 B.R. 167 (1986)

Bankruptcy No. 85-00911, Adv./Complaint No. 85-0276. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. January 29, 1986. *168 Reid B. BRATTON DAVIS, Bankruptcy Judge. Bankruptcy Rule 9006(a).

In Re Lee , 432 B.R. 212 (2010)

Debtor also appeals the bankruptcy court's ruling denying Debtor leave to amend her complaint. Just prior to the bankruptcy court issuing the Merits Order, Debtor filed a motion to amend her complaint, which the bankruptcy court denied. In a related but separate order, the bankruptcy court denied Debtor leave to amend her complaint.

Dunes Hotel Associates v. Hyatt Corp. , 245 B.R. 492 (2000)

bankruptcy court. The debtor files bankruptcy. its bankruptcy case.

In Re McLean , 41 B.R. 893 (1984)

The matters raised herein involve the interrelationship of the Bankruptcy Code of 1978[1] (hereinafter "Bankruptcy Code"), the Employee Retirement Income Proposed Bankruptcy Act § 4-503; S. King, Collier on Bankruptcy.

Johnson v. COMMISSIONER, IRS , 301 B.R. 707 (2003)

Johnson received his discharge from the Bankruptcy Court on February 24, 1993 (ROA, Ex. 1). Johnson now appeals the Bankruptcy Court's order granting summary judgment to the IRS. The Bankruptcy Court found the record established the following facts: 1.

In Re Katzburg , 326 B.R. 606 (2004)

WAITES, Bankruptcy Judge. with this Court, on July 14, 2004, in order to receive Chapter 7 bankruptcy relief. 6. See In re Moffett, 356 F.3d at 521 (noting that while determining the extent of the bankruptcy estate is a matter of federal bankruptcy law, determining

In Re Daniel , 137 B.R. 884 (1992)

This matter is before the court on appeal from the United States Bankruptcy Court pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 158(a) and Bankruptcy Rules 8001 and 8002. Pursuant to Bankruptcy Rule 8013, on appeal the district court shall not set aside the findings of fact of the bankruptcy court unless clearly erroneous The bankruptcy court did not err. 5.

In Re Senise , 202 B.R. 403 (1996)

Bankruptcy No. 95-74835. United States Bankruptcy Court, D.South Carolina. July 17, 1996. *404 *405 Elizabeth M. Atkins, Charleston, SC, for debtor. is legal entitlements that exist outside of bankruptcy." Its non-bankruptcy entitlements should be respected.

WILKERSON FUEL, INC. v. Elliott , 415 B.R. 214 (2009)

on fraud and not dischargeable in bankruptcy. The bankruptcy court dismissed the action. Id. As the bankruptcy court stated, the bankruptcy court is a court of equity and has equitable powers pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 105.

In Re Connector 2000 Ass'n, Inc. , 447 B.R. 752 (2011)

Code, the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure (the "Bankruptcy Rules"), the District of South Carolina Local Bankruptcy Rules (the "Local Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Rules, and Local Bankruptcy Rules. Code, the Bankruptcy Rules, and the Local Bankruptcy Rules.

In Re Weatherford , 413 B.R. 273 (2009)

Bankruptcy No. 03-15184-JW. Adversary No. 08-80094-JW. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. April 6, 2009. *278 Philip L. WAITES, Bankruptcy Judge. He did not check the bankruptcy court's records to determine the status of Weatherford's Bankruptcy Case. 17.

In Re Paul , 194 B.R. 381 (1995)

Bankruptcy No. 91-02932. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. October 24, 1995. *382 Dana Wilkinson, Columbia, SC, for Debtor. On or about July 29, 1993, the Debtor's bankruptcy case was closed. 4. The Debtor filed his petition under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code.

In Re McIver , 78 B.R. 439 (1987)

. § 109(f) of the Bankruptcy Code. Section 109(f)(1) provides that no individual may be a debtor under the Bankruptcy Code if in the preceding 180 days he had been a debtor in a bankruptcy Therefore, we agree with the bankruptcy court that Mr.

In Re Mickel , 35 B.R. 28 (1983)

Bankruptcy No. 83-00369. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. September 14, 1983. *29 John K. Fort, Spartanburg, S.C., for debtor. BRATTON DAVIS, Bankruptcy Judge. the Interim Bankruptcy Rules.[1] II Bankruptcy Rule 404(c)[2] and the last sentence of Bankruptcy Rule 409(a)(2)[3]*30 give the court the discretion

In Re Salinas , 353 B.R. 124 (2006)

Bankruptcy No. 06-01150-JW, Adversary No. 06-80087-JW. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. July 21, 2006. *125 Reid B. bankruptcy court; 9. The Bankruptcy is a No Asset Chapter 7.

In Re Ryan , 350 B.R. 632 (2006)

Bankruptcy Rule 9006(b)(1). To determine whether to dismiss a bankruptcy appeal for failure to timely file a brief, the district court must exercise its discretion under Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Rule 9006(b)(1). [3] In relevant part, Bankruptcy Rule 8001(a) states that "[a]n appellant's failure to take any step other than the timely

In Re Rucker , 458 B.R. 287 (2011)

Bankruptcy No. 11-01709-JW. Adversary No. 11-80041-JW. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. May 12, 2011. *289 Merrill A. Prior to Debtor's filing of bankruptcy, on August 31, 2010, the Honorable Wayne M. The bankruptcy court relied on Caffey in determining that Ms.

In Re Smith , 100 B.R. 289 (1988)

Bankruptcy No. 86-01500. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. April 13, 1988. Joseph M. Jenkins, Greenville, S.C., for trustee. There has been no distribution to any creditor in this bankruptcy case. NOTES [1] Further references to the Bankruptcy Code (11 U.S.C. §§ 101 et seq.) shall be by section numbers only. [2] Section 57(n) of the Bankruptcy

Ex Parte Roberts , 93 B.R. 442 (1988)

No. 87-2705-15, Bankruptcy No. 84-00528. United States District Court, D. South Carolina, Columbia Division. March 21, 1988. W. This case is an appeal from an order entered by the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of South Carolina (hereinafter "Bankruptcy Court"). This issue must thus be remanded to the Bankruptcy Court, and upon remand, the Bankruptcy Court is directed to make specific findings regarding the amount

In Re Perry , 336 F. Supp. 420 (1972)

Bratton Davis, Referee in Bankruptcy for the District of South Carolina. On November 15, 1971, Perry served his answer to the petition specifically denying the alleged acts of bankruptcy, asking that adjudication in bankruptcy Section 3a of the Bankruptcy Act (11 U.S.C. § 21a) defines the acts of bankruptcy: "Acts of bankruptcy by a person shall consist of his having (1) concealed

In Re Kean , 207 B.R. 118 (1996)

WAITES, Bankruptcy Judge. On January 7, 1993, the Debtor filed a voluntary Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition. 2. petition for bankruptcy filed on January 7, 1993 by William M.

In Re Bunch , 119 B.R. 77 (1990)

Bankruptcy No. 89-01282, Adv. No. 89-8108. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. February 1, 1990. *78 George G. ORDER WILLIAM THURMOND BISHOP, Bankruptcy Judge. Moore and confirmed the bankruptcy filing of the debtors.

In Re Smith , 100 B.R. 293 (1989)

In its order, the Bankruptcy Court ruled that (1) the case law regarding informal proofs of claim had not been overturned by the enactment of the Bankruptcy Effect of the Bankruptcy Code on Informal Proofs of Claim Prior to the enactment of the Bankruptcy Code, an informal proof of claim prior to the bar date For these reasons, the Bankruptcy Court did not err in so ruling.

In Re Brabham , 184 B.R. 476 (1995)

Bankruptcy No. 93-74746. Adv. No. 94-8282. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. WAITES, Bankruptcy Judge. The bankruptcy case closed on January 14, 1994.

In Re Ward , 184 B.R. 253 (1995)

Bankruptcy No. 94-74034. Adv. No. 94-8253. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. April 28, 1995. *254 Stephen F. WAITES, Bankruptcy Judge. of a petition voluntarily seeking the protection of the bankruptcy court and the bankruptcy code.

In Re Wellman , 74 B.R. 91 (1985)

Bankruptcy No. 84-01142. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. September 16, 1985. ORDER J. BRATTON DAVIS, Bankruptcy Judge. The formula for the computation of the 90-day period is mandated in Bankruptcy Rule 9006(a).[3] In computing the 90-day period, pursuant to Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Rule 9006(b)(1), (2).

In Re Kash & Karry Wholesale, Inc. , 28 B.R. 66 (1982)

Bankruptcy No. 82-00307, Complaint Nos. 82-0543, 82-0569. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. November 23, 1982. *67 J. Under both the old Bankruptcy Act and the new Bankruptcy Code, it is recognized that bankruptcy courts should not interfere with state court actions where Under Section 16 (11 U.S.C. § 34) of the Bankruptcy Act and under Section 524(e) (11 U.S.C. § 524(e)) of the Bankruptcy Code the discharge of a debt of

Wolfe v. Ebert , 37 B.R. 934 (1983)

Bankruptcy Court for the District of South Carolina (hereinafter "Bankruptcy Court"). Jurisdiction is based upon 28 U.S.C. § 1334 (1976). Prior to this determination, the appellees filed a joint wage-earner petition in bankruptcy pursuant to Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code, 11 U.S.C. §§ See Advisory Committee's Note to Bankruptcy Rule 13-301.

In Re Jones , 57 B.R. 60 (1985)

Bankruptcy No. 82-00645. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. November 4, 1985. D. Nathan Davis, Charleston, S.C., for debtors. Wm. BRATTON DAVIS, Bankruptcy Judge. A The only exception to Bankruptcy Rule 3002 under which VA might arguably fall is Bankruptcy Rule 3002(c)(1) which provides: On motion of the United States

In Re Carrigg , 14 B.R. 658 (1981)

Bankruptcy No. 81-00160, Complaint No. 81-0109. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. September 30, 1981. *659 Thomas B. BRATTON DAVIS, Bankruptcy Judge. Bankruptcy Rule 407.

In Re Kirven , 188 B.R. 15 (1994)

Bankruptcy No. 93-74025. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. September 30, 1994. Dana E. Wilkinson, Columbia, SC, Robert F. Kirven prior to bankruptcy, in an apparent attempt to avoid paying his obligations. NOTES [1] The underlying principal of equality of distribution in bankruptcy cases is central to the Bankruptcy Code.

In Re Twins, Inc. , 295 B.R. 568 (2003)

WAITES, Bankruptcy Judge. The Trustee argues that the Staregas had actual notice that the bankruptcy was pending before the claims bar date and that this notice of the bankruptcy proceedings by Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 7052.[2] FINDINGS OF FACT 1.

In Re Joe Gibson's Auto World, Inc. , 416 B.R. 469 (2009)

Bankruptcy No. 08-04215-HB. Adversary No. 09-80052-HB. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. South Carolina. September 30, 2009. *470 G. BURRIS, Bankruptcy Judge. directly affect a core bankruptcy function...."

Statute

§ 40-10-290. Bankruptcy. , 40-10-290 (2020)

Bankruptcy. A licensee who, voluntarily or involuntarily, is subjected to any provision of the laws of bankruptcy shall notify the board within fifteen days and provide any and all information pertinent to the bankruptcy that the board may require.

§ 44-135-90. Effect of bankruptcy. , 44-135-90 (2020)

Effect of bankruptcy. Nothing in this act is intended to, and nothing in this act shall be interpreted to: (1) affect the rights of any party in bankruptcy proceedings; or satisfies the claim criteria for compensable claims or demands under a trust established under a plan of reorganization under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy

§ 40-11-380. Notification of bankruptcy of licensee. , 40-11-380 (2020)

Notification of bankruptcy of licensee. A licensee who, voluntarily or involuntarily, is subjected to any provision of the laws of bankruptcy shall notify the board within fifteen days and provide any and all information pertinent to the bankruptcy that the board may require.

§ 55-8-190. Effect of discharge in bankruptcy. , 55-8-190 (2020)

Effect of discharge in bankruptcy. A discharge in bankruptcy shall not relieve any person from the requirements of this chapter.

§ 30-5-190. Recordation of proceedings in bankruptcy. , 30-5-190 (2020)

Recordation of proceedings in bankruptcy. A certified copy of a petition, with schedules omitted, commencing a proceeding under the Bankruptcy Act of the United States, of the decree of adjudication

§ 40-79-300. Bankruptcy of licensee; dissolution ofbusiness. , 40-79-300 (2020)

Bankruptcy of licensee; dissolution ofbusiness. (A) A licensee who, voluntarily or involuntarily, is subjected to any provision of the laws of bankruptcy, shall notify the board within fifteen days and