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Citation: 2 B.R. 482 | Docket No.: Bankruptcy No. B-79-00007
Status: Published | Citing: 8
Summary: 2 B.R. 482 (1979) In re PARADISE BOAT LEASING CORP., Debtor. There was a preliminary hearing early in November and two other hearings from which the following facts are apparent: Bamerical has a valid lien filed in Puerto Rico on a 1967 loan of $161,400 made in Puerto Rico secured by the 45-foot Chris-Craft yacht Solo, owned by the Virgin Islands corporation, Paradise Boat Leasing Corp. Pursuant to the finding that Debtor has proposed no means whereby Bamerical can be adequately protected, it more.

Citation: 390 B.R. 184 | Docket No.: 06-30008, 06-30009
Status: Published | Citing: 14
Summary: 390 B.R. 184 (2008) In re INNOVATIVE COMMUNICATIONS, Debtor. The Motion seeks an emergency stay, pursuant to Rule 8005 of the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure, pending the determination of Prosser's appeals of two orders, the Order Declaring That the Terms and Conditions of Settlement of Claims of RTFC, CFC, Prosser Parties, and Greenlight Entities Is Not Assumable, entered on August 2, 2007, Doe. No. 725, ("Terms and Conditions Order"), and the Order denying Prosser's request that this more.

Citation: 18 B.R. 375 | Docket No.: Bankruptcy No. B-81-00003
Status: Published | Citing: 10
Summary: 18 B.R. 375 (1982) In re ST. CROIX HOTEL CORPORATION, Debtor. Styling its motion as a request for an order approving rejection by it of a collective bargaining agreement with Local 610 of the Hotel and Restaurant Employees and Bartenders Union (hereinafter the "Union"), debtor, St. Croix Hotel Corporation is before the Court, relying for surcease of its woes, largely anticipated at this juncture, on the provisions of 11 U.S.C. § 365. ORDER The premises considered and the Court being fully more.

Citation: 22 B.R. 468 | Docket No.: Bankruptcy Nos. 381-00017, 381-0004
Status: Published | Citing: 32
Summary: 22 B.R. 468 (1982) In re NAUTILUS VIRGIN CHARTERS, INC., Alleged Debtor. CALYPSO YACHT CHARTERS, INC., Plaintiff, v. NAUTILUS VIRGIN CHARTERS, INC., John I. Quimby, Jack K. Clifford and L.J. O'Connor, Defendants. The alleged debtor is Nautilus Virgin Charters, Inc. The alleged debtor was Nautilus Virgin Charters, Inc. First of all, Nautilus Virgin Charters, Inc. had not paid its franchise tax for the past three years and was thereby barred from maintaining the action in bankruptcy court by 13 more.