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Summary: 79 B.R. 388 (1987) In re Ronald GASKIN and Florette Diane Gaskin, aka Florette Diane Lockridge, Debtors. The Debtors, Ronald and Florette Gaskins, first filed a Chapter 7 petition on January 9, 1987.

Summary: 76 B.R. 661 (1987) In re Miles A. COOK and Nancy A. Cook, Debtors. UNITED FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS, a corporation, Plaintiff, v. Miles A. COOK and Nancy A. Cook, Defendants.

Summary: 388 B.R. 877 (2008) In re Renell Christine GAMBLE, Debtor. Renell Christine Gamble, Plaintiff, v. Vanderbilt University, Defendant. This matter is before the Court for consideration of the cross-motions for summary judgment filed by the Plaintiff, Renell Christine Gamble (the "DEBTOR"), and by the Defendant, Vanderbilt University (VANDERBILT), on the complaint filed by the DEBTOR, seeking a determination that her debt to VANDERBILT does not constitute a nondischargeable debt under Section 523(a) more.

Summary: 74 B.R. 560 (1987) In re Bryan P. EARLEY and Sherrie L. Earley, Debtors. Before the Court is the objection filed by the debtors, Bryan P. and Sherrie L. Earley, to the claim of the Farmers Home Administration (FmHA). Accordingly, IT IS ORDERED that the objection filed by the debtors, Bryan P. and Sherrie L. Earley, to the claim of the Farmers Home Administration is DENIED.

Summary: 70 B.R. 356 (1987) In re FRONTIER ENTERPRISES, INC., Debtor. Frontier Enterprises, Inc. (the "Debtor") filed a voluntary Chapter 7 petition on October 28, 1983. [2] All priority creditors were paid in full and the debtor's general unsecured creditors, who would have received nothing had the SBA been properly included in the Distribution Order, received a dividend of approximately 8½% on their claims.[3] On April 25, 1986, after realizing that it had not received any payment from the Debtor's more.

Summary: 378 B.R. 232 (2007) In re Darla LILLY, Debtor. This matter is before the Court on the objection of Americredit Financial Services, Inc., (AFS) to confirmation of the Amended Chapter 13 Plan proposed by the Debtor, Darla Lilly (DEBTOR). The issue is whether the lien retention provision added by BAPCPA to Section 1325(a)(5)(B)(i) prevents a Chapter 13 debtor who is not entitled to a discharge from modifying the interest rate on a secured claim and, if permitted, the postbankruptcy effect of such more.

Summary: 446 B.R. 909 (2011) In re Richard L. ECKBERG, Sr., Debtor. The motion is opposed by the Debtor, Richard L. Eckberg, Sr. (DEBTOR), and by creditor Manlius Oil Company, Inc. In its pleading, NGM acknowledges a prior course of dealing whereby the DEBTOR would routinely deliver grain to NGM for which NGM would issue two-party checks payable jointly to the DEBTOR and PNB. Among other forms of relief, NGM requested that it be granted "a priority administrative claim pursuant to 11 U.S.C. §§ 503(b) more.

Summary: 358 B.R. 752 (2007) In re Floyd Lynn HIVELY and Carol Joann Hively, Debtors. Debtors, Floyd and Carol Hively, filed a petition pursuant to Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code on October 5, 2006.

Summary: 312 B.R. 184 (2004) In re Talena Laverne DUNCAN, Debtor. The Debtor, Talena Duncan, had a credit card with the Defendant, Fleet Credit Card Services, L.P. On October 5, 2003, the Debtor made a $2,000 payment to Fleet. On February 27, 2003, the Trustee filed an adversary complaint against Fleet seeking to recover the $2,000 payment as a preference pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 547(b), which provides as follows: (b) Except as provided in subsection (c) of this section, the trustee may avoid any more.

Summary: 150 B.R. 697 (1993) In re Donald CLAGG, Debtor. 523 (1981); the Debtor argues that actions based on the Debtor's alleged wrong doing such as those under § 523(a)(2)(A) require a conscious, deliberate, wrong done to another, which is not present in this case as the evidence proves the Debtor thought he could repay the Plaintiff through gambling winnings.

Summary: 449 B.R. 906 (2011) In re Chester Shane McVAY, Debtor. This matter is before the Court on the motion of the Debtor, Chester Shane McVay (DEBTOR), to dismiss the adversary complaint filed by Halliburton Energy Services, Inc. (HALLIBURTON), seeking a determination that its debt is nondischargeable and objecting to the DEBTOR'S discharge, for the reason that the complaint was not timely filed.

Summary: IN RE: JONATHAN J. KUCHARZ, Debtor. OPINION THOMAS L. PERKINS, Bankruptcy Judge The sole issue is whether unemployment compensation is a benefit received under the Social Security Act that is excluded from a Chapter 13 debtor's current monthly income. The Debtor, Jonathan Kucharz (DEBTOR), received unemployment compensation totaling $1,230 during the six-month period preceding the bankruptcy filing. On Line 8 of his amended Official Form 22C, as suggested by the language of the Form, he more.

Summary: 103 B.R. 1012 (1989) In re HEARTLAND CHEMICALS, INC., an Illinois Corporation, Debtor. UNSECURED CREDITORS' COMMITTEE, For itself and on Behalf of the Estate of Heartland Chemicals, Inc., Plaintiff, v. BANQUE PARIBAS, a French Banking Corporation, Defendant. This matter is before the Court on the motion of the defendant, Banque Paribas (the "Bank"), to dismiss the complaint filed against it by the Unsecured Creditors' Committee (the "Committee") of Heartland Chemicals, Inc. On July 8, 1987, more.

Summary: 365 B.R. 893 (2007) In re HENNINGS FEED AND CROP CARE, INC., Debtor. In his report, he provided a brief explanation of the analysis he had undertaken regarding the sales of Hennings Feed and Crop Care, Inc. ("Hennings") to Ottawa and opined that his spread sheets, which calculated damages, were accurate.

Summary: 147 B.R. 452 (1992) In re KZK LIVESTOCK, INC., an Illinois corporation, Debtor. The pertinent portions involved in this case are subsection (a) and a portion of subsection (h) which provide as follows: (a) An involuntary case may be commenced only under chapter 7 or 11 of this title, and only against a person, except a farmer, family farmer, or a corporation that is not a moneyed, business, or commercial corporation, that may be a debtor under the chapter under which such case is commenced. . . more.

Summary: 203 B.R. 964 (1995) In re MARRS-WINN COMPANY, INC., Debtor. MARRS-WINN COMPANY, INC., J.S. Alberici Construction Company, Inc., Plaintiffs, v. GIBERSON ELECTRIC, INC., Defendant. In a letter dated June 18, 1993, Alberici advised the Debtor that due to the lack of the required insurance coverage and bond protection, Alberici would start the on-site reinforcing work on June 21, 1993, and "charge Marrs-Winn's Subcontract for the costs associated with this activity." The Debtor and Giberson more.

Summary: 43 B.R. 589 (1984) In re Carter Bentley KITSON, Jr. Roemelmeyer v. Gefen, 35 B.R. 368 (BC SD Fl 1984); In re Howerton, 21 B.R. 621 (BC ND Tex 1982); Hovis v. Lowe, 25 B.R. 86 (BC SC 1982).

Summary: 69 B.R. 781 (1986) In re Max Leon HILLIGOSS and Marilyn L. Hilligoss, Debtors. December 29, 1986. L. Stanton Dotson, Mattoon, Ill., for debtors. At the time of the filing of his Petition For Relief the Debtor, Max Hilligoss, was a farm tenant on a crop share basis of certain acreage owned by Avey Farms, Inc.

Summary: 93 B.R. 161 (1988) In re Issac MAPSON, Debtor. Michael J. SUERTH, Plaintiff, v. Issac MAPSON, Defendant. The first motion seeks to have this Court reconsider and vacate its earlier order granting the debtor defendant's motion under Bankruptcy Rule 9024 and Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 60(b) vacating a default judgment the court had entered against the debtor in this proceeding. The second and third motions seek sanctions against the debtor and his former attorney for their activities leading more.