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Summary: 295 B.R. 584 (2003) In re Luis GONZALEZ, Jr., Debtor. This matter is before the court on the objection of Ford Motor Credit Company to the confirmation of debtor Luis Gonzalez, Jr.'s chapter 13 plan. FMCC, a creditor, took a security interest in Mr. Gonzalez's van in return for the loan that allowed Mr. Gonzalez to buy the van. In January 2003, Mr. Ojuluwayo inspected *587 Mr. Gonzalez's van for the purpose of giving an opinion in this case. Under section 1325 of the Code, a chapter 13 debtor more.

Summary: 92 B.R. 346 (1988) In re Charles I. CALISOFF, Debtor. Sherry CALISOFF, Plaintiff, v. Charles I. CALISOFF, Defendant. Melvyn H. BERKS, Plaintiff, v. Charles I. CALISOFF, Defendant. Owen L. DOSS, Plaintiff, v. Charles I. CALISOFF, Defendant. These three adversary proceedings come before the Court on cross motions for summary judgement filed by the plaintiffs, Sherry Calisoff, Melvyn H. Berks and Owen L. Doss and by the Debtor/Defendant Charles I. Calisoff. On June 13, 1986, the Circuit Court of more.

Summary: 163 B.R. 335 (1994) In re Avery Z. ELISCU, Debtor. The Debtor, Avery Eliscu ("Eliscu"), brought this matter before this court by filing an "Amended Motion of Debtor to Withdraw Waiver of Discharge, for Reinstatement of the Automatic Stay Pursuant to 11 U.S.C. [Section] 362(a), and for the Entry of an Order of Discharge" ("Amended Motion"). [1] In its conclusion, the memorandum summarizes the requested grounds for the relief the Debtor seeks by stating: "Therefore, in the interest of justice and more.

Summary: 221 B.R. 214 (1998) In re TALON HOLDINGS, INC., d/b/a Reproduction Specialists Inc., merged with H.J. Rowe, Inc., d/b/a Chicago Furniture Manufacturing Company, Debtor. H.J. ROWE, INC., d/b/a Chicago Furniture Manufacturing Company, Plaintiff, v. SEA PRODUCTS, INC., an Illinois Corporation, and Ted Wecker, Defendants. I. BACKGROUND Debtor Talon Holdings, Inc., d/b/a Reproduction Specialists, Inc., merged with H.J. Rowe, Inc., d/b/a Chicago Furniture Manufacturing Company, ("Debtor") filed a more.

Summary: 97 B.R. 433 (1989) In re VIRTUAL NETWORK SERVICES CORPORATION, Debtor. VIRTUAL NETWORK SERVICES CORPORATION, Plaintiff, v. BROOK FURNITURE, et al., Defendants. This matter comes before this Court on cross-motions for summary judgment brought by Equitable Life Leasing Corporation ("Equitable") and Heller Financial, Inc. ("Heller"), two of the defendants herein, and Virtual Network Services, Corporation ("VNS"), the debtor in this case and the plaintiff in this adversary proceeding. The more.

Summary: 88 B.R. 860 (1988) In re Ernestine HARVEY, Debtor. The Association not only filed a Notice of Lien for the $1,652.33, but also sought leave in state court to file a counterclaim that seeks judgment against Debtor for all assessments and fees due and owing from Debtor as of the date of Judgment in that case, that the amount found due be adjudged a lien on the unit, and for personal deficiency judgment against Debtor for any amount still due the Association following foreclosure sale.

Summary: 171 B.R. 313 (1994) In re K TOWN, INC., Debtor. Plaintiff, K Town, Inc. ("K Town"), sued Metropolitan Bank & Trust Company ("Metropolitan"), asserting that defendant breached a fiduciary duty and wrongfully setoff accounts held by defendant, thereby causing K Town to incur losses. Paragraph 3(ii) of K Town's Guaranty of the Lazcono Note states in part: [K Town] agrees ... that in one or more instances ... after the occurrence of an Event of Default ... with or without notice to [K Town] (ii) more.

Summary: 201 B.R. 204 (1996) In re Paula BALL, Debtor. On January 17, 1996, the Debtor's attorney filed an amended schedule B, including the district court cause of action and claiming it as exempt. C42417393, any insurance policies purchased by Paula Ball at the time of the loan transactions and any other loan or insurance transactions involving Paula Ball prior to the bankruptcy filing" and does not include any amount for other class members' claims. [2] Those two motions raise three key issues: 1) more.

Summary: 304 B.R. 867 (2004) In re AMERICAN TELECOM CORP., Debtor. Before the Court is Siemens Information and Communications Network, Inc.'s ("Siemens") "Revised Motion to Dismiss" the Chapter 7 case of American Telecom Corporation ("ATC") and its alternative "Request to Lift Stay" to permit the alter-ego action against the Chapter 7 debtor's two principals, Terry and Walter Glubisz, to proceed in the Circuit Court of Cook County. In all three chapters, the concept of "cause" has been interpreted to more.

Summary: 157 B.R. 631 (1993) In re John A. BETTS, Debtor. Ruthe A. Howes, Chicago, IL, for Administrator of Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Com'n. Kenneth A. Kozel, LaSalle, IL for John A. Betts. This matter comes before the Court on the motions of John A. Betts (the "Debtor") to vacate or amend a judgment entered by this Court on January 7, 1993, and for an extension of time to file a notice of appeal. DISCUSSION A. MOTION TO VACATE OR AMEND THE JUDGMENT The Debtor reargues several points more.

Summary: 336 B.R. 126 (2005) In re: FLORSHEIM GROUP INC. et al., Debtors. Florsheim Group Inc. et al., Plaintiff, v. USAsia International Corporation, Defendant. This matter is before the court on the post-stipulation briefs of Florsheim Group Inc. ("Florsheim") and USAsia International Corporation ("USAsia"). In May and June of 2001, Florsheim entered into an agreement to purchase shoes from USAsia, a Taiwanese company with no operations in the United States. After accepting the shoes in the United more.

Summary: 3 B.R. 365 (1980) In the Matter of John CROCKETT, Doris J. Crockett, Debtors. This matter came on to be heard on the objection of General Motors Acceptance Corporation (GMAC) to confirmation of the debtors' plan of arrangement under Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. The value of GMAC's secured claim under 506(a) is enhanced by the continued use of the collateral in effectuating the debtors' performance under the plan, which value must be reflected in distributions under the plan.

Summary: 87 B.R. 971 (1988) In re William and Carolyn BEHRENS, Debtors/Movants, v. WOODHAVEN ASSOCIATION, Respondent. JURISDICTION AND PROCEDURE This matter comes before the Court on the Debtors' motion for this Court to issue a rule to show cause under Bankruptcy Rule 9020 why the Woodhaven Association, ("Woodhaven"), should not be held in contempt for violating the permanent injunction against attempts to enforce discharged debts. The Debtors maintain that they have tried to return the camping lot more.

Summary: 392 B.R. 378 (2008) In re Mervyn C. PHILLIPS, Jr., Debtor. Dean C. Harvalis, Esq., Asst. U.S. Trustee. These matters come before the Court on the applications for final compensation filed by David R. Brown, the Chapter 7 Trustee (the "Trustee") of the bankruptcy estates of Mervyn C. Phillips, Jr. and Paul R. and Millie L. Walker. He seeks $40,325.94 in compensation in the Phillips case and $41,997.75 in the Walker case. For the reasons set forth herein, the Court holds that § 330(a)(7) requires more.

Summary: 103 B.R. 949 (1989) In re GLOBAL DISTRIBUTION NETWORK, INC., Debtor. GLOBAL DISTRIBUTION NETWORK, INC., Plaintiff, v. STAR EXPANSION CO., et al., Defendants. [1] This *950 opinion disposes of motions for summary judgment filed by the Debtor/Plaintiff, Global Distribution Network, Inc., against five Defendants, (Full Line Fasteners, Inc., Hardware Services International, Lancaster Threaded Products, Missouri Plating Company, and Star Stainless Screw Company) and by three defendants (Lancaster more.

Summary: 97 B.R. 954 (1989) In re Joseph BUCCI, Debtor. Joseph E. Cohen, trustee, plaintiff, has objected to the discharge of the Joseph Bucci, debtor, defendant, on the grounds that Bucci with intent to hinder, delay, or defraud his creditors or an officer of the estate had transferred and concealed property within one year before the date that he filed his petition in violation of Bankruptcy Code § 727(a)(2)(A); that Bucci failed to keep or preserve books, records and papers from which his financial more.

Summary: 247 B.R. 7 (2000) In re S.N.A. NUT COMPANY, Debtor. S.N.A. Nut Company, Plaintiff, v. The Haagen-Dazs Company, Defendant. April 5, 2000. The debtor, S.N.A. Nut Company ("SNA"), filed a two-count Amended Complaint *11 against the Haagen-Dazs Company, Inc. ("HD"), alleging that SNA and HD entered into five contracts for the purchase and sale of specially manufactured nut products to be used in HD's ice cream. The first issue was whether SNA and HD entered into contracts for diced walnuts and more.

Summary: 142 B.R. 267 (1992) In re James M. BRADARIC, Debtor. Mary E. BRADARIC, Plaintiff, v. James M. BRADARIC, Defendant. This matter was tried before the Court on this Adversary Complaint of Plaintiff, Mary Bradaric, to bar dischargeability of certain debts owed to her by Debtor James Bradaric pursuant to 11 U.S.C. §§ 523(a)(5)(B). By a Temporary Support Order of the Circuit Court of Will County dated September 29, 1989 (the "Order"), custody of the child was given to Ms. Bradaric, and Debtor was more.

Summary: 198 B.R. 541 (1996) In re S.N.A. NUT COMPANY, Debtor. S.N.A. Nut Company ("Debtor") was engaged in the business of procession and selling various types of nuts. However, Debtor failed to make a number of post-petition shipments, and *543 Haagen-Dazs was forced to obtain "cover" in excess of the agreed upon contract price with Debtor. On December 1, 1994, the Vice-President and General Counsel of Haagen-Dazs notified Debtor of its failure to perform on the pre-petition contract, and promised to more.

Summary: 265 B.R. 796 (2001) In the Matter of Lamar CHAPMAN III, Debtor. Lamar Chapman III, Plaintiff, v. Charles Schwab & Company, et al., Defendants, and Cross-Defendants, Lamar Chapman III, Plaintiff, v. Beverly C. Smith, Defendant, and Counter-Plaintiff and Cross-Plaintiff, Lamar Chapman III, Plaintiff, v. Robert E. Smith, Defendant, and Counter-Plaintiff and Cross-Plaintiff. *797 *798 *799 *800 *801 *802 Lamar Chapman III, Matteson, IL, pro se. After filing his Chapter 13 bankruptcy case, debtor more.