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Citation: 416 B.R. 917 | Docket No.: 16-70611
Status: Published | Citing: 6
Summary: 416 B.R. 917 (2009) In the Matter of Amber L. BARNETT, Debtor Sugar Hill Farm, Inc. and Kyle Spencer, Individually, and d/b/a Sugar Hill Farm, Plaintiffs v. Amber L. Barnett, Defendant. Sugar Hill Farm, Inc. and Kyle Spencer, individually and d/b/a Sugar Hill Farm, Plaintiffs, filed with the Court on June 23, 2009, a motion for summary judgment. Amber L. Barnett, Defendant, filed a response on July 13, 2009. [2] Defendant's parents also plead guilty to unlawful dumping and criminal trespass and more.

Citation: 110 B.R. 619 | Docket No.: 19-70129
Status: Published | Citing: 9
Summary: 110 B.R. 619 (1990) In the Matter of NATIONAL TRAVELER, INC., a Georgia Corporation d/b/a National Traveler and d/b/a National Traveler South, Debtor. NATIONAL TRAVELER, INC., Movant, v. PACCOM LEASING CORPORATION, Ford Motor Credit Company, William L. Ulm, AT & T Credit Corp., ADP Dealer Services, Leased Vehicles Company, Inc., Trust Company of Georgia, Speedway Corporation, and All Dealers with Claims for Warranty Reimbursement, Respondents. National Traveler, Inc., Debtor, Movant, filed a more.

Citation: 233 B.R. 563 | Docket No.: 19-70136
Status: Published | Citing: 17
Summary: 233 B.R. 563 (1999) In re Dexter Jerome CUTTS, Debtor. Bank of Dawson, Plaintiff, v. Dexter Jerome Cutts, Defendant. This matter comes before the Court on a Complaint filed by Bank of Dawson pursuant *566 to 11 U.S.C. § 727(a)(2)(A), (a)(4)(A) objecting to the discharge of Dexter Jerome Cutts's debts. Findings of Fact On April 3, 1997, Dexter Jerome Cutts ("Debtor") renewed a loan from Bank of Dawson ("Bank") promising to repay $45,427.93 on or before November 4, 1997.In response to the suit, more.

Citation: 301 B.R. 918 | Docket No.: 19-50182
Status: Published | Citing: 5
Summary: 301 B.R. 918 (2003) In the Matter of THOMASTON MILLS, INC., Debtor. Thomaston Mills, Inc., Debtor, was a textile manufacturer. Debtor operated a number of textile mills. [3] Debtor, on *920 June 14, 2001, sent a notice advising all of its employees that Debtor was permanently closing its textile mills. The severance plan provides in part as follows: THE SEVERANCE PLAN FOR THE EXEMPT SALARIED EMPLOYEES OF THOMASTON MILLS, INC. Thomaston Mills, Inc. (the "Company") has established the Severance more.

Citation: 180 B.R. 321 | Docket No.: 19-50171
Status: Published | Citing: 7
Summary: 180 B.R. 321 (1995) In the Matter of Hazel Hicks CARTER, a/k/a Hazel M. Hicks, Debtor. Hazel Hicks CARTER, Movant, v. W.S. BADCOCK CORPORATION, Respondent. Hazel Hicks Carter, a/k/a Hazel M. Hicks, Debtor, Movant, filed a Motion to Avoid Lien on October 11, 1994. Exemptions . . . . (f) Notwithstanding any waiver of exemptions, the debtor may avoid the fixing of a lien on an interest of the debtor in property to the extent that such lien impairs an exemption to which the debtor would have been more.

Citation: 105 B.R. 743 | Docket No.: 19-40101
Status: Published | Citing: 5
Summary: 105 B.R. 743 (1989) In re Terry R. DOWDY a/k/a Terry Randall Dowdy, SSN: XXX-XX-XXXX Cheryl Dowdy, a/k/a Cheryl Ann Dowdy, SSN: XXX-XX-XXXX, d/b/a Dowdy Brothers Plumbing Company, Tax I.D. No. Terry R. DOWDY, d/b/a Dowdy Plumbing, Plaintiff, v. MARYLAND CASUALTY COMPANY, Defendant. [1] On June 26, 1989, a hearing was scheduled on the Debtor's Motion for Summary Judgment against Maryland Casualty Company (hereinafter "Defendant").

Citation: 88 B.R. 477 | Docket No.: 19-70135
Status: Published | Citing: 1
Summary: 88 B.R. 477 (1988) In the Matter of Charles Lee KELLY, Sr., & Crystal Ann Kelly, Debtors. Charles Lee KELLY, Sr., & Crystal Ann Kelly, Plaintiffs, v. UNITED STATES AIR FORCE, Defendant. Charles Lee Kelly, Sr., and Crystal Ann Kelly, Plaintiffs, filed a joint petition for relief under Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code on May 4, 1987.

Citation: 457 B.R. 919 | Docket No.: 15-71347
Status: Published | Citing: 22
Summary: 457 B.R. 919 (2011) In re Johny BROWN & Kylee Brown, Debtors. Wilson Family Foods, Inc., Dion Griffis, & Wilson Griffis, Plaintiffs, v. Johny Brown & Kylee Brown, Defendants. The plaintiffs allege that Mr. Brown illegally diverted funds from a construction loan, meant for Wilson, to Mr. Brown's personal checking account, held jointly with his wife, Kylee Brown. The allegations involving Mrs. Brown were general statements that Mr. Brown diverted the loan money for his and Mrs. Brown's personal more.

Citation: 18 B.R. 545 | Docket No.: 19-10112
Status: Published | Citing: 8
Summary: 18 B.R. 545 (1982) In the Matter of Anthony Dwight THURSTON, Debtor. GREYHOUND LINES, INC., Plaintiff, v. Anthony Dwight THURSTON, Defendant. March 19, 1982. STATEMENT OF THE CASE Before the Court is the complaint of Greyhound Lines, Inc. (Plaintiff), seeking a determination that a certain debt owed to it by Anthony Dwight Thurston (Defendant) is nondischargeable in bankruptcy. To be liable for and protect at all times any and all money and/or property of the Company [Greyhound Lines, Inc.] in more.

Citation: 7 B.R. 549 | Docket No.: 19-70132
Status: Published
Summary: 7 B.R. 549 (1980) In the Matter of Glenn S. BONE, a/k/a G.S. Bone, a/k/a Glenn Stark Bone, Debtor. Toombs D. LEWIS, Plaintiff, v. Glenn S. BONE, a/k/a G.S. Bone, a/k/a Glenn Stark Bone, Defendant.

Citation: 228 B.R. 491 | Docket No.: 17-10533
Status: Published | Citing: 22
Summary: 228 B.R. 491 (1998) In the Matter of James O. TAYLOR, Debtor. James O. Taylor, Plaintiff, v. Riverside-Franklin Properties, Inc., f/k/a Clifton, Lipford & Taylor, P.C., Defendant. This matter comes before the Court on Motion For Summary Judgment Or In The Alternative Partial Summary Judgment filed by Riverside-Franklin Properties, Inc. ("Movant") in response to a Complaint To Avoid a Fraudulent Transfer filed by James O. Taylor ("Debtor"). [1] In June 1996, Debtor and a senior member of Movant, more.

Citation: 27 B.R. 341 | Docket No.: 13-71508
Status: Published
Summary: 27 B.R. 341 (1983) In the Matter of Henry NELSON and Shirley Elizabeth Nelson, Debtors. In the Matter of Michael Gary McDANIEL, Debtors. Debtors Henry Nelson and Shirley Elizabeth Nelson filed their joint Chapter 13 case with this Court on October 4, 1979, and their Chapter 13 plan was confirmed on November 20, 1979. On May 14, 1982, the standing Chapter 13 trustee filed her objections to certain postpetition claims filed by Bibb Collection in the Singleton case and the Nelson case. After more.

Citation: 141 B.R. 772 | Docket No.: 19-10117
Status: Published | Citing: 5
Summary: 141 B.R. 772 (1992) In the Matter of JAMES CABLE PARTNERS, L.P., Debtor. JAMES CABLE PARTNERS, L.P., Plaintiff, v. CITIBANK, N.A., National Bank of Detroit, Provident National Bank, the Bank of California, N.A., and Kansallis-Osake-Pankki, Defendants. STATEMENT OF THE CASE James Cable Partners, L.P., Plaintiff, filed a petition under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code on June 26, 1991. Grant of Security. . . . . . . . (d) All accounts, general intangibles (including, but not limited to, all: tax more.

Citation: 377 B.R. 941 | Docket No.: 17-52440
Status: Published | Citing: 4
Summary: 377 B.R. 941 (2007) In re Eloise SPRATLING, Debtor. Before the court is creditor Wells Fargo's ("Fargo") objection to confirmation of Debtor Eloise Spratling's ("Debtor") Chapter 13 plan wherein Fargo's secured claim in Debtor's 2005 Chevrolet would be bifurcated into secured and unsecured portions and "crammed down." [5] In each case, the court must determine whether the section applies by inquiring whether the four requirements of the section are satisfied: (1) the creditor has a purchase more.

Citation: 130 B.R. 1013 | Docket No.: 15-52756
Status: Published | Citing: 28
Summary: 130 B.R. 1013 (1991) In the Matter of SAYBROOK MANUFACTURING CO., INC., Debtor. In re SERO HOLDINGS, INC., Debtor. In re the SERO COMPANY, a/k/a Sero of New Haven, a/k/a Ms. Sero, a/k/a Par-Ex, a/k/a Wrecked, a/k/a Scoundrel, a/k/a Jennifer Kirk, a/k/a C.J. Taft, Debtor. Fulcrum asked the Court to order Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company (Manufacturers Hanover) to pay Fulcrum's professional fees and expenses from the proceeds of the sale of assets of Saybrook Manufacturing Co., Inc., Clinton more.

Citation: 348 B.R. 917 | Docket No.: 19-70138
Status: Published | Citing: 5
Summary: 348 B.R. 917 (2006) In re Anthony Lephillips MURRAY, and Gail Yvette Murray, Debtors. [6] Regarding Debtors' argument that § 1326(b)(1) requires the payment of debtors' attorneys fees in Chapter 13 cases ahead of, or at the same time as, payments made to secured creditors, Trustee Hope emphasized that "all attorney fee awards made as part of the order of confirmation in [the district] are interim fee awards made pursuant to § 331."Without fully abandoning their legal arguments discussed above, more.

Citation: 331 B.R. 497 | Docket No.: 19-10101
Status: Published | Citing: 6
Summary: 331 B.R. 497 (2005) In the Matter of Arvind D. PATEL, Debtor. Johnathan Askew, Plaintiff[1], v. Arvind D. Patel, Defendant. Arvind D. Patel, Defendant, filed on June 29, 2005, a motion to dismiss this adversary proceeding.

Citation: 10 B.R. 141 | Docket No.: 19-40095
Status: Published | Citing: 14
Summary: 10 B.R. 141 (1981) In re Charles Wayne MOTLEY, d/b/a Bo's Action, Debtor. Debtor filed a voluntary petition in bankruptcy on February 29, 1980, and the stay under 11 U.S.C. § 362 automatically went into effect. On the date of bankruptcy, February 29, 1980, the Debtor owned 7.5 acres of real estate in Dooly County, Georgia subject to two security deeds. On June 23, 1980, Hickman, as Plaintiff, filed a "Complaint for Relief from Automatic Stay and Other Relief" wherein Motley, the Debtor, was more.

Citation: 446 B.R. 612 | Docket No.: 19-50221
Status: Published | Citing: 27
Summary: 446 B.R. 612 (2011) In the Matter of Rickey FLUELLEN, Debtor. Before the Court is Acorn Financial, Inc.'s ("Acorn") motion for summary judgment in which Acorn contends that Trustee's avoidance action is barred by res judicata because the action was commenced after the confirmation of Debtor's Chapter 13 plan. FACTS The undisputed facts and the Court's record show that on June 10, 2010, Debtor Rickey Fluellen granted Acorn a security interest on his vehicle. The confirmation hearing on Debtor's more.

Citation: 134 B.R. 62 | Docket No.: 17-70611
Status: Published | Citing: 3
Summary: 134 B.R. 62 (1991) In the Matter of SAFFRON, INC., d/b/a Rutledge Fibre, Debtor. SAFFRON, INC., Debtor in Possession, Plaintiff, v. MACON KRAFT, INC., Defendant. Saffron, Inc., Debtor, Plaintiff, filed its "Complaint to Set Aside Preference, for Declaratory Judgment and Seeking Temporary Retraining Order, Preliminary and Permanent Injunction Prohibiting Interference with Property" on September 6, 1991. In early 1991, Derek Hutchinson, Defendant's mill manager, told Jerry Rutledge, Plaintiff's more.