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Summary: 421 B.R. 206 (2010) In re Dana L. WICK, Debtor. The Chapter 13 Trustee opposed confirmation of the amended plan asserting that the plan was not proposed in good faith and the plan failed to provide that all of the Debtor's projected disposable income during the commitment period of the plan would be applied to the plan as required. [8] If Debtor surrendered the Residence and rented a residence as the Chapter 13 Trustee suggests, it appears uncontroverted that Debtor would have sufficient disposa......read more.


Summary: 217 B.R. 757 (1998) In re Joel STEVENS, Debtor. LIPTZ & ROBERTS, CHARTERED PENSION PLAN TRUST, et al., Plaintiffs, v. Joel STEVENS, Defendant. The Defendant and Counter-Plaintiff is Joel Stevens ("Debtor"), a chapter 7 debtor who received a discharge on December 16, 1994. In April 1989, Debtor and his wife, Essie Stevens, borrowed $50,000.00 from each of LRPPT and the Immergut, Gilbert, Sher, & Ratner, M.D., P.A. Retirement Plans, in order to purchase a residence ("Residence").Debtor and Essie S......read more.


Summary: 399 B.R. 428 (2008) In re Tammy K. BALZANO, Debtor. On July 24, 1997, before they were married, Tammy Balzano ("the debtor") and Theodore Balzano purchased real property identified as 22 Flaxleaf Court, Essex, Maryland 21221 ("the Property"), which they financed through M & T Mortgage Corporation ("M & T Mortgage"). On January 30, 1998, the debtor and her husband went to settlement on the sale of the Property, at which time the deed, note and deed of trust were executed in the sole name of Theod......read more.


Summary: 202 B.R. 706 (1995) In re THREE FLINT HILL LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, Debtor. The PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA, Plaintiff, v. THREE FLINT HILL LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, Defendant. Before the court are cross-motions for summary judgment filed by Three Flint Hill Limited Partnership ("debtor") and The Prudential Insurance Company of America ("plaintiff" or "Prudential") on plaintiff's *708 Complaint to Determine the Validity, Priority and Extent of Lien or Other Interest in Property (the "complain......read more.


Summary: 17 B.R. 652 (1982) In re Ira H. VERILL, Jr., Bankrupt. In this adversary proceeding the Court is called upon to determine the rights of the parties with respect to a tax refund attributable to withholdings from wages earned during the calendar year in which Ira H. Verill, Jr. (the "Bankrupt") filed his voluntary petition. [4] For the aforegoing reasons, it is this 10th day of February, 1982, by the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maryland, ORDERED that the Bankrupt, IRA HURON ......read more.


Summary: 401 B.R. 733 (2008) In re Thomas Alfred SMITH, IV, Debtor. MEMORANDUM OPINION GRANTING MOTION FOR ORDER CONFIRMING RES JUDICATA EFFECT OF DEFAULT JUDGMENT OF NON-DISCHARGEABILITY AND GRANTING IN PART AND DENYING IN PART MOTION TO CONFIRM THAT THE AUTOMATIC STAY IS NOT IN EFFECT AS TO THE DEBTOR AND PROPERTY OF THE DEBTOR TO ALLOW CONTINUATION OF COLLECTION PROCEEDINGS JAMES F. SCHNEIDER, Bankruptcy Judge. On June 1, 2007, Thomas Alfred Smith, IV ("the debtor") filed his first bankruptcy case in ......read more.


Summary: 259 B.R. 89 (2001) In re GEORGE TRANSFER, INC., Mack Brothers, Inc., TRI-L Transport, Inc., Debtors. Scott D. Field, Liquidating Trustee of George Transfer, Inc., Mack Brothers, Inc., TRI-L Transport, Inc., Plaintiff, v. Maryland Motor Truck Assoc. Workers Compensation Self-Insurance Group, Defendant. STIPULATED FACTS The debtors, George Transfer, Inc., Tri-L Transport, Inc., and Mack Brothers, Inc., were engaged in the trucking business. The debtors were insolvent for a period of ninety (90) da......read more.


Summary: 67 B.R. 325 (1986) In re The DESIGN STORE CORPORATION, Debtor. The actual transfers are described in the Affidavit of Marilyn Berdansky, items 3(c), 3(d), 3(e), and 3(f), describing three debit memos, all reflecting a levy of the IRS from the Design Store Corporation account, and the fourth a certified check in the amount of $41,642.04 issued payable to the Internal Revenue Service from the Design Store's account in the First Womans Bank of Maryland. In support of its position that the debtor ha......read more.


Summary: 208 B.R. 637 (1997) In re MERRY-GO-ROUND ENTERPRISES, INC., MGR Distribution Corporation, and MGRR, Inc., and Almeda Chess King, Inc., et al., Debtors. The issue for resolution is how a landlord's claim under a postpetition Chapter 11 lease should be treated when the Trustee rejects the lease after conversion to Chapter 7. Merry-Go-Round Enterprises, Inc. ("MGRE"), the Debtor, was the lessee of hundreds of retail locations. While it was operating in Chapter 11, MGRE entered into a lease with the......read more.


Summary: 38 B.R. 101 (1984) In re Michael K. FINKLE, Debtor. Named as defendants are the debtor, Michael K. Finkle; his wife, Alice Marie Finkle, whom he married on July 13, 1982; Ronald Charles Schreiber and Theresa Louise Schreiber, who sold the mobile home to Mr. Finkle; and the First National Bank of Southern Maryland, the would-be holder of the security interest in the mobile home.


Summary: 208 B.R. 376 (1997) In re Joann KING, Debtor. JOINT STIPULATION OF FACTS Debtor, JOANN KING, and Respondent, CHERRYWOOD RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION, INC., (the "Association") by and through their attorneys, hereby file this Joint Stipulation of Facts: STATEMENT OF FACTS 1. That on or about March 23, 1990, Debtor, JOANN KING, purchased property located at 7721 Michele Court, Landover, Maryland ("Subject Property") which is more fully described as: Lot numbered Three (3), in a subdivision known as and c......read more.


Summary: 409 B.R. 79 (2009) In re Kevin HURST, and Tracy Hurst, Debtors. *80 Benjamin J. Beatty, Sirody, Freiman & Feldman, P.C., Baltimore, MD, for Debtors. On March 26, 2008, (the "petition date"), the debtors, Kevin and Tracy Hurst ("debtors"), filed the instant Chapter 7 bankruptcy case (Case No. 08-14174-JS). On September 9, 2008, SunTrust filed a motion for relief from the automatic stay [P. 60] as to the debtors' primary residence ("the Property"). On October 22, 2008, the Trustee filed the instan......read more.




Summary: 10 B.R. 778 (1981) In re William F. MILLER, Debtor. The Debtor defaulted on its security agreement with the Bank and in the early morning of January 2, 1981, the Bank repossessed the Debtor's automobile, having at that time no actual knowledge that the Debtor had filed for relief under Chapter 7.


Summary: 334 B.R. 148 (2004) In re Edwin H. EVANS, Debtor. Dismissal (b) After notice and a hearing, the court, on its own motion or on a motion by the United States trustee, but not at the request or suggestion of any party in interest, may dismiss a case filed by an individual debtor under this chapter whose debts are primarily consumer debts if it finds that the granting of relief would be substantial abuse of the provisions of this chapter. The Debtor, Edwin H. Evans, scheduled a total of $657,339.74......read more.


Summary: 335 B.R. 623 (2005) In re Juanda D. CHILDS, a/k/a Juanda Breedlove Childs and Juanda Denise Childs, Debtor. Sherrie T. Howell, Esquire, Baltimore, MD, for Juanda D. Childs and Jeffrey Lee. THE CASE OF JUANDA CHILDS On October 17, 2005, the debtor, Juanda D. Childs, filed pro se, a Chapter 7 petition in Case No. 90045-DK in the Baltimore Division of this Court, but failed to file either a certificate of credit counseling or a request for waiver. On November 10, 2005, Ms. Howell filed a motion for......read more.


Summary: 141 B.R. 92 (1991) In re Dan B. PARKS, Debtor. Reed subsequently filed suit against CSI and the Debtor, Dan B. Parks (the "Debtor") in the Circuit Court of Baltimore County, Maryland, at Case No. 90CG1071 (the "State Court Action").


Summary: 411 B.R. 225 (2008) In re Linda Carlista DAVIS, Debtor. On October 28, 2008, the court held a hearing to consider confirmation of the Amended Chapter 13 plan filed by Debtor on September 8, 2008. [1] Debtor filed a response *227 to the objection of the Trustee on this issue on October 25, 2008 to which the Trustee filed a reply two days later. Section 1325(a)(5) reads as follows: (a) Except as provided in subsection (b), the court shall confirm a plan if— ... (5) with respect to each allowed sec......read more.


Summary: 100 B.R. 790 (1989) In re INCOR, INC., Debtor. The issue in this case is whether the bankruptcy court has jurisdiction to entertain a collection suit brought by a secured creditor against an account debtor of a Chapter 7 debtor to collect prepetition and postpetition receivables, after the modification of the automatic stay allowed the secured creditor to enforce its rights as to its collateral in the receivables. Incor, Inc., filed a voluntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition in this Court on Jun......read more.


Summary: 449 B.R. 850 (2011) In re MINH VU HOANG, Thanh Hoang, Debtors. Gary A. Rosen, Chapter 7 Trustee, Plaintiff, v. Gemini Title & Escrow, LLC, et al., Defendants. March 31, 2011. Plaintiff Gary A. Rosen, chapter 7 trustee, ("Plaintiff") filed a twelve-count complaint ("Complaint") against Gemini Title *852 & Escrow, LLC, the Law Offices of Craig A. Parker, LLC and Craig A. Parker (collectively "Defendants") alleging, in sum, that Defendants knowingly aided and abetted Minh Vu Hoang (the "Debtor") in......read more.