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Summary: 266 B.R. 447 (2001) In re Anthony Leo FURNERI and Jeanine Leah Salustri, Debtors. Anthony Leo Furneri and Jeanine Leah Salustri, Plaintiffs, v. Graduate Loan Center; the Education Resources Institute; Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency; Zwicker and Associates; Sallie Mae Servicing Corporation, Defendants. Anthony Leo Furneri, Juneau, AK, pro se. Anthony Furneri and his spouse, Jeanine Salustri, seek to discharge their student loans as an undue hardship under 11 U.S.C. § 523(a)(8). more.

Summary: 14 B.R. 982 (1981) In re Delbert L. ALSOP and Nancy E. Alsop, Debtors. Delbert L. ALSOP and Nancy E. Alsop, Plaintiffs, v. STATE OF ALASKA, Commissioner of Revenue for the Public Employees Retirement Fund and The First National Bank of Anchorage, Defendants. Plaintiffs, debtors in possession in the Chapter 11 proceeding, have requested this Court to set aside a non-judicial sale of real property under a deed of trust which named The First National Bank of Anchorage as beneficiary. D.R.I. 1981), more.

Summary: 18 B.R. 292 (1982) In re CHUGIAK BOAT WORKS, INC., Debtor. Silver King River Runners (Silver King) has filed an application asking the Court to order disbursement of a deposit paid to Chugiak Boat Works, Inc., (Chugiak), while the latter was operating as a debtor in possession pursuant to Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1978 (Code), 11 U.S.C. § 101 et seq. I. Facts Chugiak Boat Works, Inc., filed a petition for relief under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code on December 12, 1980. On more.

Summary: 118 B.R. 103 (1990) In re Ralph H. IMHOLTE and Judith L. Imholte, Debtors. Ralph H. IMHOLTE and Judith L. Imholte, Plaintiffs, v. UNITED STATES of America, INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, Defendant. The Plaintiffs Ralph H. Imholte and Judith L. Imholte (Imholtes) filed a Chapter 7 petition on June 6, 1989, and subsequently filed this adversary proceeding against the Internal Revenue Service on July 10, 1989, seeking a determination of the validity of 940 and 941 employee withholding taxes assessed more.

Summary: 53 B.R. 877 (1985) In re DELTA SMELTING & REFINING ALASKA, INC., fka Delta Smelting & Refining, Inc., Debtor. Daniel R. Cooper, Jr., Fairbanks, Alaska, for Pannell, Kerr, Forster, Inc., successor in interest to Campbell Sharp, Ltd., trustee of Delta Smelting & Refining Co., Ltd., and Delta Refining Corp. The debtor Delta Smelting & Refining Alaska, Inc. (Delta Alaska) is an Alaska corporation which is also a subsidiary of Delta Canada. FACTS The debtor (Delta Alaska) engaged in the selling, more.

Summary: 241 B.R. 17 (1999) In re Neil G. BERGT; Alaska International Properties, Inc., an Alaska corporation; Viewpoint Ventures Partnership; Alaska International Industries, Inc.; and Alaska Diversified Properties, Inc., Debtors. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. Alaska. October 22, 1999. *18 Ronald W. Goss, Shulkin Hutton, Seattle, WA, for Debtors. MEMORANDUM DECISION DENYING REJECTION OF WOOD RIVER, LTD.'S RIGHT OF FIRST REFUSAL BECAUSE IT IS NOT EXECUTORY AND § 365(a) IS NOT AN AVOIDING POWER more.

Summary: 384 B.R. 254 (2008) In re Thomas Tuck ZARUBA, Debtor. *256 Brock M. Weidner, Law Office of Brock M. Weidner, Juneau, AK, for Thomas Tuck Zaruba. The debtors' disclosure statements and plans came before the court for hearing in Juneau on February 5th and 6th, 2008 and in Anchorage on February 29, 2008. `adequate information' means information of a kind, and in sufficient detail, as far as is reasonably practicable in light of the nature and history of the debtor and the condition of the debtor's more.

Summary: 16 B.R. 973 (1982) In re Stanley C. HEWITT and Eleanor L. Hewitt, Debtors. KETCHIKAN LODGE NO. 1429, BENEVOLENT AND PROTECTIVE ORDER OF ELKS, Plaintiff, v. Stanley C. HEWITT and Eleanor L. Hewitt, Defendants. Before the Court for decision is a complaint for relief from the automatic stay of § 362 of the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1978 (Code), 11 U.S.C. § 362, filed by Ketchikan Lodge No. 1429, Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks (Elks), and seeking leave to continue foreclosure proceedings in more.

Summary: 461 B.R. 789 (2010) In re Marcus Loyd KING, Debtor. The debtor's objection to Claim No. 3 filed by his former spouse, Angel King, duly came before the court for hearing on September 21, 2010. Case Background The debtor, Marcus King, is a union journeyman/utility man who works for the Municipality of Anchorage at the Anchorage Water and Wastewater Utility. Despite a substantial income, Marcus King had financial troubles when he married Angel. No benefits from the State of Alaska PERS plan shall more.

Summary: 117 B.R. 541 (1990) In re Dale FRARY, Debtor. Dale FRARY, Plaintiff, v. UNITED STATES of America, Defendant. Plaintiff Dale G. Frary filed a chapter 7 petition on December 8, 1988, and subsequently commenced this adversary proceeding against the Internal Revenue Service seeking a determination of the dischargeability of pre-petition taxes and penalties assessed by the IRS. According to the IRS, this disallowance "flowed through" to the individual partners after audit of the partnership return, more.

Summary: 121 B.R. 25 (1990) In re Linda Jane STONE, d/b/a The Broiler, a/k/a Linda Jane Duvick Stone, a/k/a Linda Jane Haskins, Debtor(s). Linda Jane STONE, Plaintiff(s), v. STATE OF ALASKA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE and Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, Alaska Hotel and Restaurant Trust Funds, Corroon and Black/Dawson and Company, City of Fairbanks, Fairbanks North Star Borough, K & L Distributors, Inc., K & N Meats, C.R. Kennelly, the Odom Company, the United States of America Internal Revenue Service, more.

Summary: 224 B.R. 114 (1998) In re RaeJean BONHAM, aka Jean Bonham, aka Jeannie Bonham, dba World Plus; World Plus, Inc., an Alaska corporation; and, Atlantic Pacific Funding Corp., a Nevada corporation, Debtors. v. RaeJean Bonham, World Plus, Inc., and Atlantic Pacific Funding Corp., No F96-0023 CIV HRH, Order Granting Plaintiff Securities and Exchange Commission's Application for Entry of Default Judgment and Motion for Summary Judgment and Final Judgment of Permanent Injunction Against Defendants more.

Summary: 226 B.R. 56 (1998) In re RaeJean BONHAM, aka Jean Bonham, aka Jeannie Bonham, dba World Plus, Debtor. *57 *58 RaeJean Bonham, Fairbanks, AK, Debtor, Pro se. Application of Law to Determine If WPI and APFC Should be Substantively Consolidated With the RaeJean Bonham Case ................................. 95 4.8. INTRODUCTION — Larry Compton, the chapter 7 trustee, filed a motion to consolidate the estate of the individual debtor, RaeJean Bonham, with the estates of two more.

Summary: 36 B.R. 241 (1983) In re EQUIPMENT SERVICES, LTD., Debtor. *242 Terry McGuire of Lynch, Farney & Crosby, Anchorage, Alaska, for debtor, Equipment Services, Ltd. Equipment Services, Ltd., ("debtor"), filed a Chapter 11 petition on October 31, 1980. Specifically, this court is to articulate the standard of proof needed to overcome the prima facie validity of a claim, and to determine if the debtor met the standard, particularly in light of the debtor's failure to keep certain employee time more.

Summary: 377 B.R. 264 (2007) In re Mark J. AVERY, Debtor. William Barstow, the chapter 7 trustee in this bankruptcy proceeding, has moved for substantive consolidation of a number of corporations and LLCs formerly owned by the debtor, Mark Avery. These entities include: Avery & Associates, LLC, Regional Phone Solutions, LLC, Regional Paramedic Services, LLC, Security Aviation, Inc., High Security Aviation, LLC, Medic Air, Inc., Aero Resources, LLC, Regional Protective Services, LLC, Regional Property more.

Summary: 414 B.R. 552 (2009) In re CATHOLIC BISHOP OF NORTHERN ALASKA, Debtor. Continental Insurance Company, Plaintiff, v. Catholic Bishop of Northern Alaska, Defendant. United States Bankruptcy Court, D. Alaska. September 11, 2009. The Catholic Bishop of Northern Alaska ("CBNA") moved for summary judgment to establish the existence of lost or missing liability insurance policies it contends were issued by Continental Insurance Company ("CIC") for periods in the 1970's.It has provided secondary more.

Summary: 298 B.R. 641 (2003) In re Robert Jay ROWEN, Debtor. Robert Jay Rowen, Plaintiff, v. United States of America, Defendant. *642 *643 Ronald A. Offret, Aglietti & Offret, Anchorage, AK, for Robert Jay Rowen, Debtor. The debtor has willfully attempted to evade and defeat taxes and his federal tax liability for the years 1992 through 1997 is excepted from discharge pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 523(a)(1)(C). Factual Background The debtor, Robert J. Rowen, is a physician who practiced in Alaska from 1979 more.

Summary: 19 B.R. 360 (1982) In re Ronald R. TARRANT and Sandra J. Tarrant, Debtors. Ronald R. TARRANT and Sandra J. Tarrant, Plaintiffs, v. SPENARD BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC., Defendant. Chapter 7 Debtors Ronald R. Tarrant and Sandra J. Tarrant (Tarrants) seek, pursuant to § 522(f)(1) of the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1978 (Code), 11 U.S.C. § 101 et seq., to avoid the judicial lien held by Spenard on the residence of the Tarrants, more particularly described as Lot Five, Block Twelve, Beaver Subdivision, more.

Summary: 18 B.R. 164 (1982) In re SPENARD VENTURES, INC., Debtor. *165 Robert A. Breeze, Rose & Breeze, Anchorage, Alaska, for debtor, Spenard Ventures, Inc. This matter is before the Court on the motion of secured creditors Ted W. Jackson and Paula M. Jackson (Jacksons) for dismissal of the Chapter 11 petition of Debtor Spenard Ventures, Inc. (Spenard). Jacksons claim that Spenard was created and the subject property transferred to it for the sole purpose of filing a Chapter 11 petition and obtaining a more.