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Citation: 270 B.R. 551 | Docket No.: 19-50190
Status: Published | Citing: 14
Summary: 270 B.R. 551 (2001) In re Kay P. CANTRELL, Debtor. I.D. No. 8, the "Amended Objection") pursuant to which the Trustee objects to the abovecaptioned debtor's (the "Debtor") purported exemption under Bankruptcy Code § 522(b) and the Connecticut statutory homestead exemption of a beneficial interest under an alleged resulting trust in respect of certain real property (the "Property") located in Madison, Connecticut.At the meeting of creditors held on March 15, 2001 pursuant to Bankruptcy Code § more.

Citation: 254 B.R. 63 | Docket No.: 19-30254
Status: Published | Citing: 22
Summary: 254 B.R. 63 (2000) In re Terence E. TALBOT, Lois M. Talbot, Debtors. Terence E. Talbot & Lois M. Talbot, Plaintiffs, v. Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, Defendant. BACKGROUND Terence E. Talbot and Lois M. Talbot ("the debtors") filed a joint bankruptcy petition under Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code on March 15, 2000. Their complaint, as amended on June 19, 2000 ("the complaint"), alleges that on November 2, 1999 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation ("FHLMC"), the defendant, commenced more.

Citation: 96 B.R. 11 | Docket No.: 19-20180
Status: Published | Citing: 18
Summary: 96 B.R. 11 (1989) In re NOROTON HEIGHTS ENTERPRISES CORP., d/b/a Stoler's, Debtor. Nathan SALTZMAN, Plaintiff, v. NOROTON HEIGHTS ENTERPRISES CORP., d/b/a Stoler's, Defendant. William MASON, Plaintiff, v. NOROTON HEIGHTS ENTERPRISES CORP., d/b/a Stoler's, Defendant. Each complaint alleges that a debt was incurred, a security interest was granted, a financing statement was filed, and a specific dollar amount was owed on the date the chapter 11 petition was filed. See also Sharma v. Skaarup Ship more.

Citation: 159 B.R. 104 | Docket No.: 19-30246
Status: Published | Citing: 16
Summary: 159 B.R. 104 (1993) In the Matter of Cynthia A. CAICEDO, Debtor. I. ISSUE Cynthia A. Caicedo, the debtor in this closed chapter 7 case, has moved to reopen her case for the express purpose of filing a Bankruptcy Code § 522(f) motion to avoid prepetition judicial liens held by Associates Financial Services, Inc. (AFS) allegedly impairing the debtor's homestead exemption. The debtor filed her motion to reopen the case on July 2, 1993, alleging that she intended to "pursue a Motion To Set Aside more.

Citation: 265 B.R. 652 | Docket No.: 19-20205
Status: Published | Citing: 30
Summary: 265 B.R. 652 (2001) In re Michael N. ALTMAN, Debtor. Prin Corporation, Movant, v. Michael N. Altman, Respondent. See Prin Corp. v. Altman (In re Altman), 248 B.R. 475 (Bankr.D.Conn.2000) and In re Altman, 230 B.R. 6, 13 (Bankr.D.Conn.1999), stay pending appeal denied, 230 B.R. 17 (Bankr.D.Conn.1999), vacated and remanded in part,[1] 254 B.R. 509 (D.Conn. On November 9, 1993 and July 26, 1994, the trustee for Cambridge obtained two final judgments in that court against Michael N. Altman ("Altman" more.

Citation: 203 B.R. 17 | Docket No.: 19-30239
Status: Published | Citing: 34
Summary: 203 B.R. 17 (1996) In re CHARTER OAK ASSOCIATES, Debtor. ISSUE The defendant, State of Connecticut, Department of Social Services, has filed a motion to dismiss an adversary proceeding brought against it by the plaintiff, Neal Ossen, Trustee of the Chapter 7 Estate of Charter Oak Associates, Inc., the debtor. In the first count, described as a core proceeding pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 157(b)(1)[2] and (b)(2)(A) and (E),[3] the plaintiff asserts that between November 12, 1987 and March 17, 1989, more.

Citation: 34 B.R. 804 | Docket No.: 14-21851
Status: Published | Citing: 14
Summary: 34 B.R. 804 (1982) In the Matter of Frank J. VALENTE, III, Annette M. Valente, d/b/a Tri-City Cleaners, d/b/a Valet Maintenance, Debtors. I. ISSUE In this proceeding, the parties are at issue over the debtors' ability, through a chapter 11 plan, to cure a default and reinstate and de-accelerate a mortgage, pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 1124(2), after a final judgment of foreclosure by sale has entered in state court but a sale has not taken place. The debtors, Frank J. Valente and Annette M. Valente, more.

Citation: 14 B.R. 807 | Docket No.: 19-50240
Status: Published | Citing: 8
Summary: 14 B.R. 807 (1981) In re RHYMES, INC., f/d/b/a Rhymes, A Record Shop, Debtor. Background The debtor in this Chapter 7 case, converted from Chapter 11 on November 17, *808 1980 (after the period in question, as stated below) entered into a lease with Carlyle Real Estate Limited Partnership -72- (Carlyle) for the rental of 24,000 square feet of commercial space in the Corbin's Corner Shopping Parkade, West Hartford, Connecticut. On August 22, 1980, the debtor's attorney advised Carlyle's attorney more.

Citation: 3 B.R. 120 | Docket No.: 19-50108
Status: Published | Citing: 2
Summary: 3 B.R. 120 (1980) In the Matter of BROOKSIDE DRUG STORE, INCORPORATED, Debtor. K.L.C., INC., Plaintiff, v. BROOKSIDE DRUG STORE, INCORPORATED, Debtor, Defendant. FACTS K.L.C., Inc., doing business as Keystone Leasing of Connecticut ("Keystone"), brought a complaint to reclaim two electronic cash registers from Brookside Drug Store, Inc. ("Brookside"), the debtor in possession in this Chapter XI proceeding. The ECR salesman told Brookside that if Brookside did not wish to pay the cash price of $ more.

Citation: 35 B.R. 49 | Docket No.: 19-30213
Status: Published | Citing: 6
Summary: 35 B.R. 49 (1983) In The Matter of PINE ASSOCIATES, INC., Debtor. Pine Associates, Inc. (Pine), the debtor in this chapter 11 case, vigorously contested Aetna's application and the hearing extended over several days. Although there are cases which deny the filing of claims when it would be inequitable to allow such filing, see, e.g., In re Keyboards America, Inc., 30 B.R. 349 (Bkrtcy.E.D.Va.1983); Board of County Commissioners of Saline County, Kansas v. Coleman American Properties, Inc. (In re more.

Citation: 67 B.R. 990 | Docket No.: 19-30140
Status: Published | Citing: 32
Summary: 67 B.R. 990 (1986) In re U.S. REPEATING ARMS COMPANY, a/k/a Repeating Arms Company, Debtor. TIFCO, INC., Movant, v. U.S. REPEATING ARMS COMPANY, a/k/a Repeating Arms Company, Respondent. Tifco, Inc. ("TIFCO"), an insurance premium finance company, has filed a motion seeking relief from the automatic stay provided by 11 U.S.C. § 362(a) in order to enforce its rights as a secured creditor pursuant to the Premium Finance Agreements it entered into with the debtor, U.S. Repeating Arms Company (" more.

Citation: 251 B.R. 773 | Docket No.: 19-30126
Status: Published | Citing: 2
Summary: 251 B.R. 773 (2000) In re INFILTRATOR SYSTEMS, INC., Debtor. BACKGROUND Mi-Lyn, Inc. ("the claimant") timely filed an amended proof of claim in the *775 amount of $1,381,000 in the Chapter 11 case of Infiltrator Systems, Inc. ("the debtor"). Carter, on May 22, 2000, filed a "Judgment Lien Certificate" with the office of the Connecticut Secretary of the State, pursuant to Conn.Gen.Stat. *776 Carter, on January 28, 2000, filed a proof of claim in the debtor's estate, to which the debtor has filed more.

Citation: 364 B.R. 866 | Docket No.: 05-51213
Status: Published | Citing: 13
Summary: 364 B.R. 866 (2007) In re Paul N. DAPONTES, Debtor. The debtor argues that § 1115(a)(2) supports his position that his Plan may be funded from future wage income, see debtor's August 10, 2006 Memorandum, at p. 4, and had this case been commenced after BAPCPA's October 17, 2005 effective date, he would be correct. 1230 (1934), the Supreme Court concluded that a debtor's assignment of future wages in a chapter 11 case frustrates the fresh start policy.

Citation: 263 B.R. 167 | Docket No.: 19-20275
Status: Published | Citing: 9
Summary: 263 B.R. 167 (2001) In re VAN DYCK/COLUMBIA PRINTING, Debtor. June 13, 2001. I. BACKGROUND Before the Court are the four captioned adversary proceedings commenced by the Plaintiff-Trustee to avoid and recover, as preferential or fraudulent, certain transfers from the Debtor to the Defendants within the one-year period prior to the bankruptcy petition date. The Debtor and the Estate. The Debtor, Van Dyck/Columbia Printing (hereafter, "VDC"), was at all relevant times a partnership engaged in the more.

Citation: 320 B.R. 242 | Docket No.: 19-20215
Status: Published | Citing: 25
Summary: 320 B.R. 242 (2005) In re ICE CREAM LIQUIDATION, INC. f/k/a Fieldbrook Farms, Inc., Debtor. Ice Cream Liquidation, Inc. f/k/a Fieldbrook Farms, Inc., Plaintiff, v. Niagara Mohawk Power Corp., Defendant. In connection with Plan confirmation, the Debtor assumed and assigned to FAI a certain executory contract (the "NYPA Contract") among the New York Power Authority ("NYPA") and Niagara Mohawk (the precise role of each such entity under the NYPA Contract is unclear), and the Debtor, as purchaser, more.

Citation: 244 B.R. 556 | Docket No.: 19-30326
Status: Published | Citing: 4
Summary: 244 B.R. 556 (2000) In re Michelle HARRIS, Debtor. The debtor's fourth amended plan, filed on January 11, 2000, provides that as to the property known as 30 Hillside Street, Unit A-17, East Hartford, Connecticut ("the property"), the allowed secured claim held by Elizabeth Horn ("the creditor" or "Horn") on the property shall be paid under § 1325(a)(5)(C) by the debtor "surrendering said property to Elizabeth Horn immediately upon Confirmation of the Plan."

Citation: 85 B.R. 6 | Docket No.: 19-30267
Status: Published | Citing: 2
Summary: 85 B.R. 6 (1988) In re NATIONAL COMPUTER COMMUNICATIONS CORP., a/k/a Printer's Warehouse, Inc., Debtor. In re DIGITAL ASSOCIATES CORP., Debtor. I On April 2, 1987, National Computer Communications Corporation and its affiliate, Digital Associates Corporation, (collectively "debtors") filed for protection under chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code.

Citation: 214 B.R. 69 | Docket No.: 19-30202
Status: Published | Citing: 35
Summary: 214 B.R. 69 (1997) In re David S. KING, Debtor. David S. KING, Plaintiff, v. Francine E. KING, Defendant. *70 *71 David S. King, Woodbridge, CT, Pro se. MEMORANDUM OF DECISION ON COMPLAINT TO DETERMINE DISCHARGEABILITY OF DEBTS ALBERT S. DABROWSKI, Bankruptcy Judge. This bankruptcy case was commenced through the Debtor's filing of a voluntary petition, and this Court's simultaneous order for relief, under Chapter 7 of the United States Bankruptcy Code on November 10, 1992 (hereafter referred to more.

Citation: 391 B.R. 671 | Docket No.: 19-50183
Status: Published | Citing: 16
Summary: 391 B.R. 671 (2008) In re Patrick ARGENTI, Debtor. United States of America, Plaintiff v. Patrick Argenti, Defendant. The defendant, chapter 7 debtor, admits that he made false statements under oath, but contends that he did not do so knowingly and fraudulently and that his false statements were immaterial. DISCUSSION Code § 727(a)(4)(A) provides in relevant part: (a) The court shall grant the debtor a discharge, unless— (4) the debtor knowingly and fraudulently, in or in connection with the more.

Citation: 106 B.R. 21 | Docket No.: 14-50086
Status: Published | Citing: 7
Summary: 106 B.R. 21 (1989) In the Matter Of Rolfe ISAKSON, Margaret Annelise Isakson, Debtors. BACKGROUND Rolfe Isakson (Rolfe) and Margaret Isakson (Margaret), the debtors, filed a joint chapter 7 petition on March 14, 1988. For reasons not disclosed by the parties, $23,500.00 of the settlement proceeds was placed in an escrow account at the Bank of New Haven in the name of Sklarz & Early, Trustees for Rolfe and Margaret Isakson.