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Citation: 361 B.R. 895 | Docket No.: 2:19-bk-60174
Status: Published | Citing: 11
Summary: 361 B.R. 895 (2007) In re Kimberly Rae RANSOM, Debtor. Pursuant to the approved stipulation, Drummond and Johnson agreed to submit the objection to proof of claim no. 3 to the Court on the stipulated facts and to submit simultaneous briefs on of before December *896 20, 2006, on the stipulated issue involving whether the Estate was entitled to attorneys fees in an amount exceeding the statutory limits provided by MONT.CODE ANN. The Court does however note that the Estate has assigned its proof more.

Citation: 134 B.R. 417 | Docket No.: 2:19-bk-60136
Status: Published | Citing: 12
Summary: 134 B.R. 417 (1991) In re Rolland B. MURDOCK, Debtor. Beth Ann MURDOCK, k/n/a Beth Ann Leonhardt, Plaintiff, v. SECURITY STATE BANK OF HARLEM, Rolland B. Murdock, and Robert G. Drummond, as Trustee, Defendants. Defendant, Security State Bank of Harlem, has a first and prior perfected lien on all farm machinery, equipment, and federal crop insurance proceeds, belonging to Rolland B. Murdock, and Paul Murdock, individually, and doing business as Murdock Farms, a partnership, and crops grown on more.

Citation: 73 B.R. 125 | Docket No.: 19-60274
Status: Published | Citing: 14
Summary: 73 B.R. 125 (1987) In re JANSSEN CHAROLAIS RANCH, INC., Debtor. In this Chapter 12 proceeding, hearing on the Debtor's Chapter 12 Plan was held on March 24, 1987. The Debtor's Plan proposes the following payments: 1987 1988 1989 Property Taxes $ 1,262.87 $ 1,262.87 $ 1,262.87 FLB 7,131.63 19,905.14 19,905.14 Powder River Bank 23,882.51 23,882.51 23,882.51 Unsecured Creditors 3,608.33 3, more.

Citation: 68 B.R. 784 | Docket No.: 16-60824
Status: Published | Citing: 19
Summary: 68 B.R. 784 (1987) In re Terry Karl SANDMAN, Donna May Sandman, Debtors. UNITED STATES of America, Acting By and Through the COMMODITY CREDIT CORPORATION USDA, Plaintiff, v. Terry Karl SANDMAN and Donna May Sandman, Defendants. CCC further maintains if they had been aware that Sandman only had 21,000 (sic) bushels of barley, the maximum loan available to him would have been $39,744, thus Sandman's misstatement of barley induced Plaintiff to enter a loan for $29,376.00 more than Sandman was more.

Citation: 84 B.R. 187 | Docket No.: 19-60142
Status: Published | Citing: 10
Summary: 84 B.R. 187 (1988) In re RUDY DEBRUYCKER RANCH, INC. and Rudy and Rosmary Debruycker, Debtors. Ballots to the Plan are as follows: Class Creditor Amount Vote 2 — secured Federal Land Bank (FLB) $606,876.08 Rejects 3 — secured PCA 890,712.41 Rejects 2(d) — secured Gamradt 59,767.61 Accepts 2(e) — secured Merle Debruycker Non stated Rejects Gamradt is impaired under the Plan, so that at more.

Citation: 426 B.R. 326 | Docket No.: 19-60164
Status: Published | Citing: 14
Summary: 426 B.R. 326 (2010) In re Jonathan Vern VOSS, Debtor. In this Chapter 13 bankruptcy, after due notice a hearing was held February 22, 2010, in Billings on Debtor's Objection to Proof of Claim No. 4 filed by Dennis Huber. Jonathan Voss ("Voss") and Dennis Huber ("Huber") testified. Voss, through counsel, filed an Objection to Huber's Proof of Claim on January 14, 2010, arguing that the claim "contains many items which are not covered by North Dakota Century Code, Chapter 35-31, and therefore the more.

Citation: 257 B.R. 523 | Docket No.: 19-60169
Status: Published | Citing: 21
Summary: 257 B.R. 523 (2000) In re GROSSWILER DAIRY, INC., Debtor. Pending in this Chapter 11 case are four applications for professional fees filed by Crowley, Haughey, Hanson, Toole & Dietrich, P.L.L.P. hereinafter referred to as ("Crowley"), attorneys for the Debtor-in-Possession ("DIP"); Ken Kettinger ("Kettinger") of Kettinger & LaVoie, accountants for the DIP; Watts and Associates Inc., ("Watts"), economic consultants for the DIP; and Michael C. Dailey of Dailey Appraisal ("Dailey"), appraiser for more.

Citation: 195 B.R. 759 | Docket No.: 2:19-bk-60212
Status: Published | Citing: 40
Summary: 195 B.R. 759 (1996) In re Gudrun M. PICKERING, a/k/a Goody Pickering, Debtor. The motion of Debtor Gudrun Pickering ("Pickering") for sanctions was also heard, as was hearing on confirmation of Pickering's Amended Chapter 13 Plan, dated February 21, 1996, and objections of Raymond and the Chapter 13 Trustee thereto. In addition, Raymond's written arguments rely on facts in the records of Pickering's prior Chapter 7 bankruptcy (Case No. 94-11322), a related adversary proceeding (Adversary more.

Citation: 124 B.R. 820 | Docket No.: 19-60247
Status: Published | Citing: 24
Summary: 124 B.R. 820 (1991) In re Thomas Lee SHUMAKER, f/d/b/a Rocky Mountain Packing Company, Debtor. That the Debtor, Thomas Lee Shumaker, is 47 years old, and filed his Chapter 7 bankruptcy on July 28, 1990. That the Debtor, Thomas Lee Shumaker, is holding an individual retirement account having a net value of $33,247.85, not including penalties or cost of early withdrawal, consisting of securities valued at $29,011.25, and cash in the amount of $4,236.60 at the time of filing as demonstrated by more.

Citation: 67 B.R. 137 | Docket No.: 16-61075
Status: Published | Citing: 24
Summary: 67 B.R. 137 (1986) In re Dennis W. SCHENK, d/b/a Commercial Restaurant & Lounge, Debtor. Hearing on confirmation of the Debtor's Chapter 13 Plan was held on November 10, 1986. The Debtor is a small business owner of a restaurant and lounge in Townsend, Montana. Pa.1981) (40 months reasonable) and Central Federal S & L v. King, supra, (31 months reasonable) with In Re Miller, 53 B.R. 100 (Bankr.S.D.Ohio 1985) (60 months unreasonable); In Re Sardella, 8 B.R. 401 (Bankr.S.D.Ohio 1981) (40 months more.

Citation: 382 B.R. 459 | Docket No.: 19-60207
Status: Published | Citing: 54
Summary: 382 B.R. 459 (2007) In re HOROB LIVESTOCK INC., Debtor, and In re Todd K. Horob, Debtor. Joseph V. Womack, Plaintiff, v. Horob Livestock Inc., James L. Horob, Bea M. Horob, Larry G. Horob, Todd. Defendants Todd and Teresa Horob failed to file a timely answer in this Proceeding and upon request of the Plaintiff, the Clerk entered default against Todd and Teresa Horob on February 20, 2007, but said entry of default was subsequently set aside on February 26, 2007. On October 9, 2007, prior to the more.

Citation: 106 B.R. 215 | Docket No.: 19-60218-BPH
Status: Published | Citing: 23
Summary: 106 B.R. 215 (1989) In re WRB WEST ASSOCIATES JOINT VENTURE a/k/a The Madison Addition, Debtor. In re WRB WEST ASSOCIATES, INC. a/k/a The Madison Addition, Debtor. Payment was made by a down payment of $1,500,000.00 to West Associates Limited in which Robinson and Russell were the general partners and a Promissory Note in the sum of $1,255,674.13 and a Second Mortgage on the property was issued by Walker's corporation, WRB West Associates, Inc., and WRB West Associates Investments to West more.

Citation: 78 B.R. 598 | Docket No.: 19-60243
Status: Published | Citing: 12
Summary: 78 B.R. 598 (1987) In re John H. MARTIN, Peggy Martin, Debtors. Hearing has been held on Debtors' Chapter 12 Plan together with objections filed by John Deere Company, First Security Bank of Bozeman, Deutz-Allis Credit Corporation, New Holland, Inc., a/k/a Sperry New Holland, Rudolph M. and Sarah Sherick, J.I. Case Credit Corporation, Dorn Equipment Company and First Security Bank of Idaho. The Court on May 11, 1987, entered its Order finding the Debtors do qualify as family farmers, and that more.

Citation: 167 B.R. 932 | Docket No.: 16-60006
Status: Published | Citing: 19
Summary: 167 B.R. 932 (1994) In re Bruce F. DAILEY, and Michaele P. Dailey, d/b/a Creekside Inn, Executive Motor Inn, South Center, Debtors. MT-91-2248-ORJ, p. 4, 1994 WL 55518 (2/24/94). Ashley v. Lance, 80 Wash.2d 274, 280, 493 P.2d 1242 (1972); Jenson v. Richens, 74 Wash.2d 41, 47, 442 P.2d 636 (1968); Management, Inc. v. Schassberger, 39 Wash.2d 321, 326, 235 P.2d 293 (1951). 647 (1919); Northwest Collectors, Inc. v. Enders, 74 Wash.2d 585, 594, 446 P.2d 200 (1968); Underwood v. Sterner, 63 Wash.2d more.

Citation: 147 B.R. 560 | Docket No.: 14-61285
Status: Published | Citing: 9
Summary: 147 B.R. 560 (1992) In re MSR EXPLORATION, LTD., a corporation, MSR Exploration, Inc., a corporation, Gypsy Highview Gathering System, Inc., a corporation, Mountain States Resources, Inc., a corporation, Monte Grande Exploration, Inc., a corporation, MSR Drilling, Inc., a corporation, Debtors. In this Chapter 11 case, hearing was held on November 4, 1992, on objections of the Debtor, Gypsy Highview Gathering System, Inc., to the Proofs of Claim filed by Fina Oil & Chemical Co. (Fina), Meridian more.

Citation: 73 B.R. 129 | Docket No.: 15-60586
Status: Published | Citing: 7
Summary: 73 B.R. 129 (1987) In re Edwin J. GUINNANE Katherine J. Guinnane, Debtors. PCA claims that figures obtained for the Debtors' gross farm and non-farm income for 1986[1] show farm figures are taken from the operation of the Debtors, and at the hearing on the motion to dismiss the Debtor Katherine Guinnane stated she had made an error in her deposition which she *130 corrected upon signing the deposition after its transcription. As a result, after including the trucking income in the $134,909.00 more.

Citation: 211 B.R. 719 | Docket No.: 17-60344
Status: Published | Citing: 33
Summary: 211 B.R. 719 (1997) In re Terence N. CARSTEN, d/b/a Sandstone Llama Co. & Llamas, d/b/a Llattes and Llodging, and Greta C. Carsten, d/b/a Sandstone Llama Co. & Llamas, d/b/a Llattes and Llodging, Debtors. In this Chapter 12 bankruptcy, after due notice, hearing was held April 8, 1997, at Missoula on the Objection to United States Proof of Claim, filed by Debtors on February 26, 1997. The $125,000 Proof of Claim, filed February 13, 1997, asserts Debtors have committed illegal dredging and more.

Citation: 262 B.R. 529 | Docket No.: 19-60110
Status: Published | Citing: 14
Summary: 262 B.R. 529 (2001) In re Leslie Bonnie GARVIN and James Brent Garvin, Debtors. In this Chapter 7 bankruptcy, the Trustee filed an Objection to Debtors' Claimed Exemptions on November 29, 2000, requesting that Debtors claim of exemption in a 1991 GMC Suburban be limited to $2,500.00. Debtors filed a Response to the Trustee's Objection on December 11, 2000, arguing that debtors who file a joint bankruptcy petition are each entitled to a $2,500 motor vehicle exemption by virtue of 11 U.S.C. § 522( more.

Citation: 219 B.R. 890 | Docket No.: 19-60123
Status: Published | Citing: 52
Summary: 219 B.R. 890 (1998) In re Christopher Rdell WEAVER, a.k.a. CR Weaver, a.k.a. Art Weaver, Debtor. Christopher Rdell WEAVER, Plaintiff. In this Chapter 11 case, the Debtor Weaver[1] seeks confirmation of an Amended Chapter 11 plan which Debtor concedes cannot be confirmed unless the Debtor's Objection to the amount of the Proof of Claim of Burger King Corporation ("BKC") is sustained, so that such claim is reduced by over one million dollars. Toward that confirmation goal, the Debtor Weaver filed more.

Citation: 363 B.R. 591 | Docket No.: 19-60092
Status: Published | Citing: 46
Summary: 363 B.R. 591 (2007) In re Daniel Edward BROWN, and Shirley Ann Brown, Debtors. Thomas E. Boland, Plaintiff, v. Darcy M. Crum, Joseph V. Womack, Richard J. Samson, William M. Kebe, Jr., Ross P. Richardson, Gary S. Deschenes, Donald W. Torgenrud, Jr., Robert G. Drummond, Daniel Edward Brown, Shirley Ann Brown, James A Patten, Sharon R. Pruitt, Earl D. Pruitt, Laura J. Sandstrom, Clayton J. Arceneaux, Kenneth Johnson, Brandi L. Hazen, Gayle Ridenour, Darrel S. Arensmeyer, Edward Hanel, Gary Lee more.