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Summary: 41 B.R. 122 (1984) In re Susan V. HAGAN, Debtor. Susan V. HAGAN, Plaintiff, v. Margaret M. HECKLER, Secretary of Health and Human Services, Defendant. The debtor also seeks: an order enjoining the Social Security Administration (SSA) from collecting pre-petition over-payments of Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits by taking deductions against post-petition payments; an order requiring the return of withholdings which the debtor asserts were improperly deducted from her post-petition SSI more.

Summary: 119 B.R. 880 (1990) In re John T. DeCONCILIS, Cheryl A. DeConcilis, Debtors. John T. DeCONCILIS, Cheryl A. DeConcilis, Plaintiffs, v. John P. CRAWLEY, Joseph N. Cassiere, Defendants. John Rao, R.I. Legal Services, Inc., Wakefield, R.I., for debtors/plaintiffs. John M. Verdecchia, Greenville, R.I., for defendant John P. Crawley. Heard on August 16, 1990 on the debtors' Motion for Sanctions against defendants, Joseph Cassiere and John Crawley, for their failure to comply with rules of court and more.

Summary: 294 B.R. 421 (2003) In re Sheri SILVESTRI, Debtor. The statute states: (2) if an individual debtor's schedule of assets and liabilities includes consumer debts which are secured by property of the estate — (A) within thirty days after the date of the filing of a petition under chapter 7 of this title or on or before the date of the meeting of creditors, whichever is earlier, or within such additional time as the court, for cause, within such period fixes, the debtor shall file with the clerk a more.

Summary: 74 B.R. 34 (1987) In re 19101 CORPORATION, Debtor. [1] The pertinent facts are as follows:[2] The 19101 Corporation is a Rhode Island corporation which lists, as its sole asset, real property located at 19101 Collins Avenue, North Miami Beach, Florida. Debtor's asserted ownership of this property is based on a quitclaim deed from one Robert D. Fairless dated January 5, 1987, and recorded on February 3, 1987.

Summary: 86 B.R. 325 (1988) In re NEWPORT OFFSHORE, LTD. This matter originally came before the Court on the Motion to Enforce Order Confirming Trustee's Plan of Reorganization and to Hold the United States Department of the Army in Contempt, filed jointly by the Trustee, the Creditors' Committee, Allied Marine, Inc., and the reorganized debtor, Newport Offshore, Ltd. ("NOL").

Summary: 150 B.R. 301 (1993) In re Eugene M. McCAFFREY Debtor. Dorothy HARDY and Bertram Hardy, Plaintiffs, v. Eugene M. McCAFFREY, Defendant. BACKGROUND Dorothy Hardy, Eugene McCaffrey, and Gene McCaffrey Travel Services, Inc. ("GMTS") entered into a stockholders' agreement on April 16, 1985, by which Hardy received one-third of the shares of GMTS, in exchange for a cash infusion of $40,000 by her and her husband, Plaintiff Bertram Hardy.

Summary: 67 B.R. 866 (1986) In re Robert B. ELLIOTT d/b/a Milky Way Music, Debtor. Heard on September 11, 1986 on the trustee's objection to that portion of the Internal Revenue Service's (IRS) claim filed as a secured claim. The IRS bases its secured status upon a notice of tax lien on personal property of the debtor, filed pursuant to 26 U.S.C. § 6323 with the recorder of deeds in the town of North Kingstown, Rhode Island on November 3, 1982. By filing with the recorder of deeds, such a hypothetical more.

Summary: 137 B.R. 95 (1992) In re ROBERT E. DERECKTOR OF RHODE ISLAND, INC. d/b/a Derecktor Shipyard, Debtor. Pursuant to a Lender Agreement dated October 27, 1987 between FDIC's predecessor in interest, Bank of New England-Old Colony, and RIPA, those parties agreed to share RIPA's first lien on Debtor's tangible assets, excluding Dry Dock III, on a pari passu basis in accordance with the amount of Derecktor's secured debt to Bank of New England-Old Colony and to RIPA, respectively, at any given time. more.

Summary: 167 B.R. 4 (1994) In re ALMAC'S, INC., Debtor. The Debtor argues that the Court has the authority to defer payment of these administrative expenses (which presumably could even include the Debtor's obligation to pay the monthly base rent) in cases where the Debtor might be administratively insolvent, relying on In re Appliance Store, Inc., 148 B.R. 234 (Bankr.W.D.Pa.1992); In re Orvco, Inc., 95 B.R. 724 (9th Cir. Accordingly, based upon the above rulings, and consistent with our Order of March more.

Summary: 118 B.R. 176 (1990) In re the FAX STATION, INC., Debtor. In the Superior Court litigation, entitled George Strouthopoulos, United States Mail Services, Inc. d/b/a The Fax Station, et al. v. James Searles, Z. Hershel Smith, Joyce Searles, Donald Storozuk, Kenneth Pincins, United States Mail Services, Inc., its Successor Name, The Fax Station Inc. and MacBaeder Corporation, Strouthopoulos raises numerous state law issues, including his alleged ownership of the stock of the corporation.

Summary: 178 B.R. 308 (1995) In re Anna KALIAN, Debtor. FISCHER ENTERPRISES, INC., Movant, v. Louis GEREMIA, Esq., Trustee, and Anna Kalian, Debtor. John Boyajian, Boyajian, Harrington & Richardson, Providence, RI, for debtor Anna Kalian. [1] BACKGROUND On May 11, 1992, Anna Kalian ("Kalian" or the "debtor") borrowed $40,000.00 from Rhodes Financial Services, Inc. ("Rhodes"). See, e.g., Wasserman, 151 B.R. at 6 (tailoring postpetition rate to protect secured creditor, but not to enrich it at the expense more.

Summary: 60 B.R. 199 (1986) In re R.I. LITHOGRAPH CORPORATION, Debtor. R.I. LITHOGRAPH CORPORATION, Plaintiff, v. On August 18, 1982, R.I. Lithograph Corporation (RILC) filed a complaint against Aetna Casualty and Surety Company (Aetna) in Providence County Superior Court (C.A. No. 82-3177), claiming damages in the amount of $450,000 for Aetna's alleged breach of its obligations under an insurance contract, and $5,000,000 in punitive damages. The debtor argues that the adversary proceeding in question more.

Summary: 468 B.R. 36 (2012) In re CITY OF CENTRAL FALLS, RHODE ISLAND, Debtor. City of Central Falls, Rhode Island, Plaintiff v. Central Falls Teachers' Union, Rhode Island Council 94, AFSCME, AFLCIO Local 1627, et al., Defendants. This adversary proceeding arises in the bankruptcy case of the City of Central Falls, Rhode Island (the "City"), a proceeding for adjustment of debts of a municipality under chapter 9 of the Bankruptcy Code. The principal defendants are two labor unions, the Central Falls more.

Summary: 299 B.R. 721 (2003) In re Raymond M. HUELBIG, Shawnn M. Huelbig, Debtors. BACKGROUND During the early 1990s, Raymond Huelbig operated an auto body repair shop which did business with many insurance companies, including Allstate. In September 1999, Allstate filed a civil complaint in United States District Court in Providence against the Huelbigs and twenty other defendants, alleging Civil RICO violations, including a conspiracy to defraud Allstate out of $337,000 by filing false insurance more.