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Citation: 20 B.R. 833 | Docket No.: 19-42112
Status: Published | Citing: 3
Summary: 20 B.R. 833 (1982) In the Matter of MAHON INDUSTRIAL CORPORATION, a Michigan corporation, Debtor. CONSTRUCTION PIPE COMPANY, INC., a Michigan corporation, Plaintiff, v. MAHON INDUSTRIAL CORPORATION, a Michigan corporation, and Ford Motor Company, a Delaware corporation, Defendants. Ford Motor Company (Ford) hired Mahon Industrial Corporation (Mahon) to be the general contractor with regard to the construction of a body phosphate machine at the Ford Assembly Plant in Claycoma, Missouri (Kansas more.

Citation: 41 B.R. 620 | Docket No.: 13-62097
Status: Published | Citing: 23
Summary: 41 B.R. 620 (1984) In re Gary Arthur KISH, individually and d/b/a Kish Sand & Gravel, Gary Kish Farms and Kish Landfill, Debtor. The debtor is in the landfill business. On March 30, 1984, Citizens for Safe Landfills, Inc., a Michigan non-profit corporation, (Citizens) and Montrose Township filed suit in the Genesee County Circuit Court against the debtor, the trustee and the DNR to enjoin the continued operation of cell #5, alleging violations of the Thomas J. Anderson, Gordon Rockwell more.

Citation: 338 B.R. 746 | Docket No.: 19-41232
Status: Published | Citing: 25
Summary: 338 B.R. 746 (2006) In re Douglas E. ANDRUS, Debtor. Douglas E. Andrus, Plaintiff, v. Nancy Ann Ajemian, Defendant. I. Introduction Douglas Andrus is the Debtor in this Chapter 7 case. Ajemian filed a motion to dismiss the Debtor's complaint or, alternatively, to abstain, a counter-complaint seeking a determination that the debt is non-dischargeable and a motion for summary judgment. The Court held a hearing on Ajemian's three motions and the Debtor's motion on February 9, 2006. On November 12, more.

Citation: 23 B.R. 945 | Docket No.: 18-57250
Status: Published | Citing: 20
Summary: 23 B.R. 945 (1982) In the Matter of Jimmey E. YANCY, Debtor. Jimmey E. YANCY, Plaintiff, v. ADREE ACCEPTANCE CO., Successor in interest to Pines Investment Co., Defendants. Introduction This matter comes before the Court on the verified complaint filed by the bankrupt, Jimmey E. Yancy, on July 1, 1981, which seeks to set aside a foreclosure sale and to declare the resulting Sheriff's Deed to be null and void pursuant to the provisions of the Bankruptcy Act. On November 9, 1973, certain real more.

Citation: 456 B.R. 766 | Docket No.: 19-42736
Status: Published | Citing: 13
Summary: 456 B.R. 766 (2010) In re Larry WARD, Debtor. After Debtor filed the required supplement, the Court entered another order on November 8, 2010, permitting Debtor to further supplement his response, this time to address the following questions: Why should the Court find that Debtor's confirmed Chapter 13 Plan in Case No. 04-66570 was the Debtor's "best effort" within the meaning of 11 U.S.C. § 727(a)(9)(B)(ii), in light of the fact that the Plan was only a 36-month plan? Debtor argues that under more.

Citation: 31 B.R. 53 | Docket No.: 19-30234
Status: Published | Citing: 5
Summary: 31 B.R. 53 (1983) In the Matter of DeLOREAN MOTOR COMPANY, a Michigan corporation, Debtor. Also in October of 1982, DeLorean Motor Company (DMC) filed for relief under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code in the Eastern District of Michigan. Counsel for John Z. DeLorean attended the examination and asserted the attorney-client privilege, on behalf of John Z. DeLorean and DeLorean-related entities other than DMC, to various questions. Appearances were made by counsel for John Z. DeLorean, counsel more.

Citation: 220 B.R. 348 | Docket No.: 19-42942
Status: Published | Citing: 6
Summary: 220 B.R. 348 (1998) In re Edward Peter MAZUR and Diane Marie Mazur, Debtors. Debtors Edward Mazur and Dianne Mazur (hereinafter "Debtors") filed the present "Motion for Rehearing In Re Claim of *349 Debt/Cherniawski" seeking two forms of relief: (1) recusal of the undersigned judge, and (2) reconsideration of the court's decision sustaining the validity of the claim of their creditor, the Laura B. Cherniawski Irr. Recusal In the present motion, the Debtors seek recusal or disqualification of more.

Citation: 231 B.R. 254 | Docket No.: 19-42042
Status: Published | Citing: 27
Summary: 231 B.R. 254 (1999) In re Robert Cecil SPRADLIN, Sr., Debtor. The issue to be decided is whether the Michigan exemption from levy and sale permitting a debtor to exempt "[a]n individual retirement account," Mich.Comp.Laws § 600.6023(1)(k), exempts one-and-only-one IRA or any-and-all IRAs owned by the judgment debtor. Opting for Michigan state exemptions in lieu of the federal exemptions as he is permitted to do by 11 U.S.C. § 522(b), the Debtor seeks to exempt a "Prudential Individual more.

Citation: 100 B.R. 874 | Docket No.: 15-56370
Status: Published | Citing: 11
Summary: 100 B.R. 874 (1989) In re Gary C. ROCKEFELLER and Mary E. Rockefeller, Debtors. Gary C. and Mary E. Rockefeller filed their joint petition for relief under Chapter 12 (11 U.S.C. § 1201 et seq.) on September 15, 1988. The debtors filed their first amended plan of reorganization on February 17, 1989, after I denied confirmation of their original plan on January 19, 1989. On July 25, 1986, the Rockefellers brought suit against the entities they felt were responsible for their losses, seeking more.

Citation: 212 B.R. 564 | Docket No.: 19-41310
Status: Published | Citing: 30
Summary: 212 B.R. 564 (1997) In re UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK TECHNICAL SERVICES GROUP, INC., d/b/a UST Tech, Debtor. Michael A. MASON, Trustee of Underground Storage Tank Technical Services Group, Inc., d/b/a UST Tech, Plaintiff, v. ZORN INDUSTRIES, INC., Defendant. In connection with this project, Geodynamics "subcontracted" with Underground Storage Tank Technical Services Group ("UST Tech"), which in turn "sub-subcontracted" with Zorn Industries, Inc. UST Tech, however, did not pay the full amount that more.

Citation: 381 B.R. 841 | Docket No.: 19-42480
Status: Published | Citing: 38
Summary: 381 B.R. 841 (2008) In re John R. BECKERMAN and Jennifer A. Beckerman, Debtors. Facts On July 14, 2006, John and Jennifer Beckerman ("Debtors"), filed a joint petition for relief under chapter 13 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. Mr. Beckerman has been employed as a security guard with MGM Grand Casino for seven years, and Mrs. Beckerman as a financial aid clerk with Washtenaw Community College for five years. Mr. Beckerman makes voluntary monthly contributions of $469 to a 401(k) plan and Mrs. more.

Citation: 37 B.R. 577 | Docket No.: 19-41654
Status: Published
Summary: 37 B.R. 577 (1984) In the Matter of FULGHAM ENTERPRISES, INC., Debtor. On March 1, 1984, the trustee filed an application with this Court for the appointment of counsel; the attorney named in the application is an associate, Daniel S. Opperman, in the Saginaw and Bay City law firm of Braun, Kendrick, Finkbeiner, Schafer and Murphy, P.C. On December 1, 1983, Harvey Walker, Esq., joined that law firm.

Citation: 31 B.R. 372 | Docket No.: 19-40412
Status: Published | Citing: 13
Summary: 31 B.R. 372 (1983) In the Matter of Robert and Margaret JONES, Debtors. This matter is before the Court on the objections of Ann Arbor Trust Company (Bank) and the trustee for the debtors, Robert and Margaret Jones, to the petition for turnover of assets filed by Robert Jones. Robert and Margaret Jones constructed a personal residence on which Calvin C. Hoeft Building, Inc. (Hoeft) held a mechanic's lien. On November 23, 1981, Robert and Margaret Jones filed a joint petition for relief under more.

Citation: 45 B.R. 546 | Docket No.: 19-30142
Status: Published | Citing: 29
Summary: 45 B.R. 546 (1984) In re ST. LOUIS FREIGHT LINES, INC., Debtor. The Internal Revenue Service requested a determination of and a judgment for the amount of the Debtor's post-petition, preconfirmation federal tax liability, and a conversion of the Debtor's case from Chapter 11 to Chapter 7. FACTS St. Louis Freight Lines, Inc. filed a voluntary petition for relief under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code on October 18, 1979. Although the precise amount of post-petition taxes owed is not clear,[2] more.

Citation: 9 B.R. 859 | Docket No.: 19-41464
Status: Published | Citing: 6
Summary: 9 B.R. 859 (1981) In re David T. LaFAVE and Margaret A. LaFave, Debtors. David T. LaFAVE and Margaret A. LaFave, Plaintiffs, v. FORD MOTOR CREDIT COMPANY, Defendant. The Plaintiffs, David T. and Margaret A. LaFave, (hereinafter "Debtors"), commenced this action against the Defendant, Ford Motor Credit Company, (hereinafter "FMCC"), on November 18, 1980, seeking to recover certain installment payments made to FMCC between March, 1980, and October, 1980.

Citation: 281 B.R. 905 | Docket No.: 19-42560
Status: Published | Citing: 9
Summary: 281 B.R. 905 (2002) In re Matthew ADKINS, Debtor. In the Adkins case, the debtor filed for chapter 13 relief on August 17, 2001. In Nolan, the court of appeals held that a chapter 13 debtor cannot modify a confirmed plan by surrendering collateral to a secured creditor and reclassifying the deficiency balance after the sale as an unsecured claim. The court explained that § 1329(a)(1) only permitted a debtor to alter the amount or timing of specific payments, and that permitting a debtor to more.

Citation: 331 B.R. 267 | Docket No.: 19-42768
Status: Published | Citing: 12
Summary: 331 B.R. 267 (2005) In re Daniel K. LINDSTROM and Cheryl Lindstrom, Debtors. Daniel and Cheryl Lindstrom filed a voluntary petition for relief under Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code on April 29, 2005. Daniel and Cheryl Lindstrom are each debtors in a bankruptcy case. Although Daniel and Cheryl Lindstrom filed a joint petition as permitted by § 302 of the Bankruptcy Code, each of the Debtors in this joint case still has his or her own bankruptcy estate made up of his or her own property more.

Citation: 32 B.R. 69 | Docket No.: 19-41287
Status: Published | Citing: 5
Summary: 32 B.R. 69 (1982) In re FARM BUREAU SERVICES, INC., Debtor. Facts The Debtor in this matter filed a Petition under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code on October 1, 1982.

Citation: 224 B.R. 373 | Docket No.: 19-42465
Status: Published | Citing: 1
Summary: 224 B.R. 373 (1998) In the Matter of Sonya R. McCUTCHEN, Debtor. Therefore, as a general rule of thumb, in the absence of evidence from or on behalf of a Debtor, the credibility and weight of which in relation to the other evidence dictates a different result, and in a situation where the secured creditor's evidence consists essentially only of the appropriate N.A.D.A. — Bluebook or similar publication[1] (or other admissible evidence of the same weight or to the same effect), the Court more.

Citation: 86 B.R. 86 | Docket No.: 19-41549
Status: Published | Citing: 31
Summary: 86 B.R. 86 (1988) In re David Patrick ROSE, a/k/a Pat Rose, Debtor. Jacqueline YOUNG and Floyd Young, Plaintiffs, v. David Patrick ROSE a/k/a Pat Rose, Defendant. The present posture of this case is as follows: before the debtor filed bankruptcy, the plaintiffs had commenced a state court lawsuit against him and an alleged seller of alcoholic beverages to the debtor. Notwithstanding the language of § 523(a)(9), which states that a debt must arise from a judgment or consent decree incurred as a more.