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Summary: 87 B.R. 229 (1988) In the Matter of Francisco SANTIAGO VELA and Edmee Consuelo Vicens Gonzalez, Debtors. Given the debtors' admission that the post-petition taxes contained on the administrative claim filed by the Internal Revenue Service had not been paid, the United States asserted that "cause" existed for conversion or dismissal of this case pursuant to 11 U.S.C. sect. 1112(b). On or about November 18, 1987 the Internal Revenue Service filed a request for payment of internal revenue taxes, more.

Summary: 180 B.R. 707 (1995) In the Matter of IBERICA MANUFACTURING, INC., Debtor. Before the court is Trustee's Report On Sale (docket No. 197, filed on July 8, 1994) of debtor Iberica Manufacturing, Inc.'s real property located at Calle Munoz Rivera # 49, Juncos, Puerto Rico. [1] Thereafter, the trustee filed a Motion for Resolution of Pending Matter (docket No. 205, filed on February 2, 1995). Also outstanding in this case is the payment of a court authorized (docket No. 27) administrative expense more.

Summary: 80 B.R. 6 (1987) In re Angel RIVERA SANCHEZ and Maritza Cruz Lopez, Debtors. On June 11, 1987 debtors' attorney was instructed to notice the hearing on confirmation for July 21, 1987 at 9:00 a.m. This notice was mailed on June 12, 1987, and so certified to the court by the debtors' attorney on June 15, 1987. *9 ATTACHMENT I *10 ATTACHMENT II IN THE MATTER OF: ANGEL RIVERA SANCHEZ MARITZA CRUZ LOPEZ Debtor No. 87-00069 (ESL) CHAPTER 12 UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF PUERTO more.

Summary: 306 B.R. 727 (2004) In re Maria Del Carmen MARTINEZ ORTIZ, Debtor. Factual and Procedural Background On April 19, 2000, the debtor, María del Carmen Martínez Ortiz, executed a Mortgage Note in favor of Champion Mortgage Corporation as collateral to a loan in the amount of $21,900.00 plus 12% interest rate. [3] To determine whether debtor's foreclosed property is property of the estate, or the nature of debtor's interest in said property, if any, we must examine the applicable statutory more.

Summary: 397 B.R. 627 (2008) In re Luis G. VAZQUEZ LABOY, Carmen D. Garcia Calderon, Debtors. Luis G. Vazquez Laboy, Carmen D. Garcia Calderon, Plaintiffs v. Doral Mortgage Corporation, Jonh Doe and Richard Doe, Defendants. In the present case, the debtors, Luis Vazquez Laboy and Carmen Garcia Calderon, filed an adversary proceeding seeking: a determination that Doral Mortgage Corporation ("Doral") violated the automatic stay; an order requiring Doral to withdraw a mortgage deed registered postpetition; more.

Summary: 318 B.R. 251 (2004) In re Carmen Alvarado JURADO, Debtor. This case is before the court upon the Chapter 13 Trustee's ("Trustee") motion to reconsider this court's order allowing the filing of a secured claim by the debtor on behalf of Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria's ("BBVA"). On February 26, 2003, the debtor moved the court to file a late claim on behalf of BBVA; that is, 54 months after the date of confirmation of the 60-month plan, three months before the completion of the plan, and after more.

Summary: 136 B.R. 606 (1992) In re MEC STEEL BUILDINGS, INC., Debtors. MEC STEEL BUILDINGS, INC., Plaintiff, v. SAN LORENZO CONSTRUCTION CORP., Defendant. *608 In turn, plaintiff/debtor Mec Steel Buildings, Inc. in the Answer to the Motion to Dismiss alleges that the instant action constitutes a core proceeding inasmuch as the plaintiffs' claim constitutes property of the debtor's estate. On June 15, 1990 Mec Steel Buildings, Inc. filed a petition under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code, and as of that more.

Summary: 116 B.R. 17 (1990) In the Matter of Consuelo Cintron RIVERA, Debtor. Valuation of the debtor's property is made as of the date of filing and the debtor is entitled to deduct from any apparent equity, the costs of Chapter 7 liquidation including likely administration expenses, i.e. trustees, brokers, appraisers, auctioneers and attorneys.

Summary: 441 B.R. 401 (2010) In re R & G FINANCIAL CORPORATION, Debtor. This case is before the court upon Debtor's motion to determine whether the automatic stay provisions of 11 U.S.C. §§ 362(a) and 105(a) of the Bankruptcy Code may be extended to R & G Investments Corporation ("RGIC"), a duly dissolved subsidiary of R & G Financial Corporation (hereinafter referred to as "RGFC" or "Debtor"), in relation to certain arbitration proceedings before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority ("FINRA") ( more.

Summary: 149 B.R. 746 (1993) In re CORPORACION DE SERVICIOS MEDICO-HOSPITALARIOS DE FAJARDO, INC., Debtor. The claims here at issue are those of: (1) Organon Teknika Corp. (claim no. 149); (2) Blood Services Program of the American Red Cross (claim no. 143); (3) Central Medical Waste Service (claim no. 167); (4) Umeco, Inc. (claim no. 163); (5) Cesar Castillo, Inc. (claim no. 164); and (6) Rimaco, Inc. (claim no. 155), collectively "the Creditors." In order to gain some perspective regarding the more.

Summary: 13 B.R. 605 (1981) In re Ana J. De Jesus SAEZ, Debtor. On May 11, 1981 this court entered an order dismissing debtor's bankruptcy case for debtor's failure to appear at a Section 341 meeting of creditors scheduled for April 30, 1981 at 2:00 P.M., and for debtor's failure to amend her plan of payment and schedules.

Summary: 449 B.R. 641 (2011) In re REITTER CORPORATION d/b/a Hospital San Gerardo, Debtor. The issue before the court is whether Banco Popular de Puerto Rico (hereinafter referred to as "BPPR") or the United States Internal Revenue Service (hereinafter referred to as the "IRS") is the senior lien holder over Debtor's cash collateral, in particular, the Debtor's accounts receivables generated on or after March 1, 2010, in accordance with 26 U.S.C. §§ 6321, 6322 and 6323 (Docket Nos. 97 & 135). Debtor's more.

Summary: 111 B.R. 380 (1990) In the Matter of Angel L. RIVERA FELICIANO & Jocelyn Edelstein Serrano Debtors-plaintiffs, v. SISTEMA de RETIRO del E.L.A., ASOC. of P.R., and Antonio Fiol Matta, Federal Litigation Div., San Juan, P.R., for Sistema de Retiro, Empleados del E.L.A. *381 OPINION AND ORDER SARA E. DE JESUS, Bankruptcy Judge. Mrs. Jocelyn Edelstein Serrano (the Debtor) borrowed money from the Asociación de Empleados del E.L.A. (the Asociación). She then filed this Chapter 13 petition for more.

Summary: 470 B.R. 251 (2012) In re Nivea V. Perez MUJICA, Debtor. Nivea V. Perez Mujica, Plaintiff v. FirstBank Puerto Rico, Defendant. See Jimenez v. Rodriguez (In re Rodriguez), 233 B.R. 212, 218-219 (Bankr.D.P.R.1999), conf'd 17 Fed.Appx. 2d 221, 225 (D.P.R. 2009); Van Skiver v. United States, 952 F.2d 1241, 1243 (10th Cir.1991); Lavespere v. Niagara Mach. 59(e) or 60(b)); Equity Security Holders' Committee v. Wedgestone Financial (In re Wedgestone Financial), 152 B.R. 786, 788 (Bankr.D.Mass. more.

Summary: 192 B.R. 37 (1996) In the Matter of Victor Martinez AMEZAGA, Elsie Awilda Rivas Bruno, Debtors. ARP and the Several Air Carriers, Plaintiff, Victor Martinez Amezaga, Elsie Awilda Rivas Bruno, Defendants. Wallace Vazquez Sanabria, San Juan, Puerto Rico, for Defendants Victor Martinez Amezaga and Elsie Awilda Rivas Bruno. On July 23, 1992, after the limitations period of 15 days set by Rule 1007(c) of the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure expired, debtors filed the required statement and more.

Summary: 447 B.R. 412 (2011) In re ABRAHAM PETROLEUM CORP., Debtor. Abraham Petroleum Corp., Plaintiff v. Hassan and Sons Corp., Defendant. Abraham Petroleum Corp. (the "Debtor" or "Plaintiff) filed oppositions to the motion to dismiss on April 30, 2010 (Docket No. 17) and September 1, 2010 (Docket No. 29). The complaint is premised on the breach of a lease and supply agreement entered into by the Debtor with the Defendant on March 30, 2008, for the use by the Defendant of the Debtor's service station more.

Summary: 359 B.R. 423 (2006) In re: Barney SPROLITO, Debtor. On November 3, 1999, the debtor, Barney Sprolito ("Sprolito") filed a petition under Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code (Docket # 1). On November 18, 2004, Sprolito filed a motion requesting the reopening of the case under 11 U.S.C. § 350 (Docket # 19), alleging a violation of the discharge injunction by Educap in seeking to collect discharged debts. On February 16, 2006, Sprolito filed an opposition to the motion for summary judgment and a more.

Summary: 103 B.R. 362 (1989) In the Matter of Ines RIVERA de MONTES, Debtor. FUNERARIA PORTA COELI, INC., Plaintiff, v. Ines RIVERA de MONTES, Defendant. That debtor's deceased husband, Mr. Pedro Montes Hernández, received funeral services from the plaintiff Funeraria Porta Coeli, Inc. amounting to $3,226.00 and was buried on March 31, 1987. Debtor Inés Rivera de Montes transferred a certain house of her property located at 37 St. Blq. At the trial of the case testimony was received from Mr. Leonardo more.

Summary: 73 B.R. 329 (1987) In the Matter of Epifanio PEREZ HERNANDEZ, Debtors. *330 William Davila de Pedro, Hato Rey, P.R., for debtors. Conclusions of Law The statutory provisions governing the reimbursement of expenses are 11 U.S.C. §§ 326, 328, 329, 330 and Bankruptcy Rule 2016. Sub-section (a) provides that, after notice to any parties in interest and to the United States trustee and a hearing, and subject to the limitations set by Code §§ 326, 328, and 329, the court may award to a trustee and more.

Summary: 319 B.R. 65 (2004) In re Alexander SANTIAGO SANTIAGO, Ciara A Nieves Marcano, Debtors. The Court has before it the Chapter 13 Trustee's ("Trustee") Motion for Summary Judgment objecting to the Debtors' motion for post confirmation modification of their plan. The Debtors, Alexander Santiago Santiago and Ciara A Nieves Marcano, filed a Chapter 13 bankruptcy petition on March 15, 2002.