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Summary: 381 B.R. 309 (2007) In re Susan Claire DEREVE, Debtor. Christine Morrissy, Plaintiff, v. Susan Claire Dereve, Defendant. *316 FACTS A. Background Susan Claire Dereve, the debtor, and Christine Morrissy, the plaintiff, were joint shareholders of Gulf Coast Best. Ms. Morrissy counterclaimed against Ms. Dereve for damages and $1,732 Ms. Morrissy claimed Ms. Dereve charged to Gulf Coast's credit cards. On March 31, 2006, the Circuit Court judge issued a "SUPPLEMENTAL FINAL JUDGMENT AGAINST SUSAN C. more.

Summary: 121 B.R. 884 (1990) In Re Thomas A. SIERER, Debtor. Thomas A. SIERER, Plaintiff, v. UNITED STATES of America, Defendant. Section 545(2) of the Bankruptcy Code provides: The trustee may avoid the fixing of a statutory lien on property of the debtor to the extent that such lien — *885 (2) is not perfected or enforceable at the time of the commencement of the case against a bona fide purchaser that purchases such property at the time of the commencement of the case, whether or not such a purchaser more.

Summary: 91 B.R. 604 (1988) UNITED STATES of America, Plaintiff, v. Louis SINGLETON, Defendant. This case is before the Court on Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment filed June 15, 1988. Plaintiff, the United States of America (Farmers Home Administration), seeks exception from discharge for its claim under 11 U.S.C. § 523(a)(2)(A). Mr. Sanders' affidavit states no more than what the "usual procedures" of FmHA were in 1977: In accordance with the usual procedures of FmHA I received the legal more.

Summary: 263 B.R. 624 (2001) In re WILSON-SEAFRESH, INC. a/k/a D.W. Wilson Seafood, Inc. a/k/a Sea Fresh Seafood, Inc., Debtor. The debtor, Wilson/Sea Fresh, commenced a case under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code by filing its petition on April 28, 1999. In mid December, 1999, Patterson left his full time position as comptroller of Wilson Sea/Fresh. By order entered on May 19th and consented to by the debtor, the debtor's exclusive period for filing a plan was terminated, and its use of cash more.

Summary: 93 B.R. 752 (1988) Calvin G. GRANTHAM, Gina K. Grantham, Ricky A. Halvorson, David Sauls, Bernice Vincent, Richard Warren and Gray & Company, Inc., Plaintiff(s) v. EASTERN MARINE, INC., Defendant, Bay Bank & Trust Company, Intervenor. The individual plaintiffs, Calvin and Gina Grantham, Ricky Halvorson, David Sauls, Bernice Vincent and Richard Warren are former employees of the Debtor who submitted claims under LSHWCA and received benefit payments from Gray & Company. In 1984, Eastern Marine more.

Summary: 384 B.R. 599 (2008) In re KEY AUTO LIQUIDATION CENTER, INC!305) filed by N.A.F. Corporation; Auto Finance Center of America, Inc.; Ohio Funding Group, Inc.; and Detroit II Automobiles, Inc. (the "Objecting Creditors"). Second, the Objecting Creditors argue that Vannoy's Tires, Inc.; Gulf States Auto Auction, LLC; Fact-O-Bake of Pensacola, Inc.; and Automotive Alternative, LLC (the "Trade Creditors") did not actually incur any necessary expenses under 11 U.S.C. § 503(b)(3)(A) (2007), and more.

Summary: 224 B.R. 817 (1998) In re Ronald BEEBE & Harriet Beebe, Debtors. THIS MATTER came before the Court on July 23, 1998 on the Trustee's Objection to the Debtors' scheduled exempt homestead property. Ronald & Harriet Beebe, ("Debtors") filed for relief under chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code on April 3, 1998. In October 1997, Mr. Beebe received employment as a consultant with a company located in Niceville, Florida. After Mr. Beebe signed the employment agreement, the Beebes made repairs on their more.

Summary: 323 B.R. 306 (2005) In re UNIVERSITY CENTRE HOTEL, INC. University Centre Hotel, Inc., and Regency Savings Bank, Plaintiffs, v. P.C.D. Construction, Inc. and Peter Dautel, as an Individual, Defendants. THIS MATTER came before the Court for hearing on March 3, 2005, upon P.C.D. Construction, Inc., and Peter Dautel's (collectively, P.C.D.) Renewed Motion for Award of Attorney's Fees and Costs, filed on January 31, 2005, (the Motion).Thus, the Debtor and Regency began marketing the Debtor's more.

Summary: 260 B.R. 41 (2001) In re Donald Ray WOODS, Debtor. History Debtor Donald Ray Woods filed his Chapter 7 petition on September 15, 2000. On January 8, 2001, the Creditor filed a motion for extension of time to file a dischargeability complaint. The Grillo Court denied the extension, and synopsized the following cases in support of its holding: In re Mendelsohn, 202 B.R. 831, 832 (Bankr.S.D.N.Y.1996) (no cause where creditor failed to seek a Rule 2004 examination and moved for an extension of time more.

Summary: 433 B.R. 419 (2010) In re LAKETOWN WHARF MARKETING, CORPORATION, n/k/a Laketown Wharf Marketing, LLC, Debtor. Corus Construction Venture, LLC, Plaintiff, v. Laketown Wharf Marketing Corporation, et al., Defendant. July 19, 2010. *420 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, as Receiver—Corus Construction Venture, c/o Terence G. Banich, Shaw Gussis Fishman et al., Chicago, IL, pro se. Carlton Fields, P.A., Amy L. Harris, Russell M. Blain, Stichter, Riedel, Blain & Prosser, P.A., Larry M. Foyle, more.

Summary: 386 B.R. 875 (2008) In re Alvin Leonard PALMER, Sr. & Mary Ann Palmer, Debtors. The Debtors' plan provides for direct payments by the debtors to Homecomings in accordance with the note and mortgage. At the conclusion of the hearing on the Debtors' Objection, I directed counsel for Homecomings to detail the time and labor involved in his firm's representation of Homecomings with regard to this case and any Chapter 13 case in which the mortgage loan is current at the time of the bankruptcy and more.

Summary: 131 B.R. 205 (1991) In re Mary Louise SPEIGHTS, Debtor. The debtor, Mary Louise Speights resides in a doublewide mobile home located on a lot which she owns in Jackson County, Florida.

Summary: 154 B.R. 338 (1993) In re EDGEWATER SUN SPOT, INC. and Edgar L. and Jane E. Mathieu, Debtors. EDGEWATER SUN SPOT, INC., Edgar L. Mathieu and Jane E. Mathieu, Plaintiffs, v. BAY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, Defendant.

Summary: 84 B.R. 770 (1988) In re John J. WESTER & Geneva P. Wester, Debtor(s). THIS MATTER was heard on March 3, 1988, on confirmation of the debtors' John and Geneva P. Wester's modified Second Amended Plan of Reorganization. This proposal provided for the debtors to sell five (5) acre parcels owned by the debtor John Wester's mother with the proceeds from such sales being paid to the bank. The debtor, John Wester, however, has no experience at all in the sale and development of real estate.

Summary: 333 B.R. 850 (2005) In re William J. CORNELIUS, Debtor. Felicia S. Turner, United States Trustee, Plaintiff, v. William J. Cornelius, Defendant. For the reasons indicated below, the court is denying the discharge of the defendant, William J. Cornelius. FACTS William J. Cornelius filed a chapter 7 bankruptcy case in the Northern District of Florida on August 13, 2003. On September 22, 2001, a check in the amount of $250,000 was drawn on the N.I.C. Inc. account to the order of William J. more.

Summary: 96 B.R. 350 (1989) In re THORNEBROOK DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, Debtor. This case requires the Court to decide whether the Debtor's proposed transfer of real property in satisfaction of a creditor's secured claim constitutes the "indubitable equivalent" of such secured claim for purposes of confirmation of a plan of reorganization under Section 1129(b) of the Bankruptcy Code.

Summary: 76 B.R. 185 (1987) In re Dewey Robert HARP & Pamela L. Harp, Debtor(s). On April 27, 1987, the debtors filed a motion to redeem the truck by paying their secured creditor, Sun Bank, the fair market value thereof, $1,200. It states: An individual debtor may, whether or not the debtor has waived the right to redeem under this section, redeem tangible personal property intended primarily for personal, family, or household use, from a lien securing a dischargeable consumer debt, if such property is more.

Summary: 207 B.R. 738 (1997) In re John Curtis BROOKS and Jacqueline Ann Brooks, Debtors. John Curtis BROOKS and Jacqueline Ann Brooks, Plaintiffs, v. WORLD OMNI, Defendant. Findings of Fact World Omni repossessed the Brooks' 1991 Dodge Dynasty on June 20, 1996. On June 25, 1996, the Brooks filed a Chapter 13 bankruptcy proceeding and commenced this adversary proceeding seeking turnover of the repossessed vehicle. On that same day at 4:10 p.m., World Omni's attorney contacted the Brooks' attorney and more.