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Summary: 424 B.R. 217 (2009) In re Cyrus Wade RAMSEY, Jr., Debtor. Cyrus Wade Ramsey, Plaintiff v. Countrywide Home Loans, Inc., Defendant. No. 1) filed by the Plaintiff, Cyrus Wade Ramsey, Jr. ("Wade Ramsey"), and the Answer and Affirmative Defenses (the "Answer")(Adv.Dkt. At the Trial, Robert E. Buck represented Wade Ramsey, and Harold H. Mitchell, Jr. represented Countrywide. [3] Wade Ramsey and Tammy Ramsey acquired title to the Property on March 1, 1996, by virtue of a warranty deed which conveyed t......read more.


Summary: 120 B.R. 71 (1990) In re Lucy BOYKINS and Willie Boykins. *72 W. Howard Gunn, Aberdeen, Miss., for Lucy Boykins and Willie Boykins. The total time price was secured by the items purchased as evidenced by a retail installment sale agreement/consumer credit installment contract executed by Willie Boykins. Subsections (1) and (2), thereunder, provide for the attachment of the security interest to collateral as follows: (1) Subject to the provisions of section 75-4-208 on the security interest of a ......read more.


Summary: 223 B.R. 94 (1998) In Re Joseph H. STAFFORD BIG RIVER PROPERTIES, INC., Plaintiff, v. Joseph H. STAFFORD, Defendant. B. Brennan Horan, Horn Lake, MS, for Joseph H. Stafford. On consideration before the court is a motion for summary judgment filed in the above styled and numbered adversary proceeding by Big River Properties, Inc. ("Plaintiff" or "Big River"); no response having been filed thereto by Joseph H. Stafford ("Stafford" or "Debtor"); and the court, having considered said motion, finds a......read more.


Summary: 390 B.R. 576 (2008) In re GREENLINE EQUIPMENT, INC. Automotive Finance Corporation, Plaintiff, v. Greenline Equipment, Inc.; Bank of Vernon; John Deere Credit; Foster Brothers Equipment Co., Inc.; Empire Transportation, Inc.; and Unknown Alleged Consignors 1-99, Defendants. The above captioned debtor, Greenline Equipment, Inc., (Greenline), filed its voluntary petition pursuant to Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code on August 25, 2003. Essentially, Automotive Finance asserts that the......read more.


Summary: 391 B.R. 367 (2008) In re Robert Wayne SPROUSE, Debtor. Don and Kathy Laughlin, Plaintiff, v. Robert Wayne Sprouse, Individually and d/b/a Rebel Log Homes, Defendant. Robert Wayne Sprouse, pro se. On consideration before the court is a Rule 37 (Federal Rules of Civil Procedure) motion for sanctions, for default judgment, and for attorney fees filed by the plaintiffs, Don and Kathy Laughlin, ("Laughlins"); no response having been filed to said motion by the defendant/debtor, Robert Wayne Sprouse,......read more.


Summary: 29 B.R. 59 (1982) In re James L. NOWELL, Debtor. Pursuant to the order of this court dated April 20, 1978, inter alia, fixing July 27, 1978, as the last day for filing objection to the discharge of the bankrupt and likewise fixing July 27, 1978, as the last day for the filing of a complaint to determine the dischargeability of any debt pursuant to sections 17(c)(2) of the Bankruptcy Act, Waterways Marine, Inc., as plaintiff, filed its complaint against James L. Nowell, defendant bankrupt, object......read more.


Summary: 190 B.R. 275 (1995) In re AMERICAN GENERAL AIRCRAFT CORPORATION. AMERICAN GENERAL AIRCRAFT CORPORATION, Plaintiff, v. WASHINGTON COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT, Defendant. June 21, 1995. *276 Barney E. Eaton, III and Eileen Shaffer Bailey, Jackson, MS, for American General Aircraft Corporation. INTRODUCTION The debtor, American General Aircraft Corporation (AGAC), filed this adversary proceeding requesting the court to determine the extent and validity of an alleged lien existing in favor ......read more.


Summary: 76 B.R. 547 (1987) In re Emmett F. FINDLEY and Florence M. Findley, d/b/a Findley Fish Farms, Debtors. SUNBURST BANK, Movant, v. Emmett F. FINDLEY and Florence M. Findley, d/b/a Findley Fish Farms, Respondents. E.T. SHURDEN, Plaintiff, v. Emmett F. FINDLEY and Florence M. Findley, d/b/a Findley Fish Farms; and Sunburst Bank, Formerly Known as Grenada Bank, Defendants. *548 Edward E. Lawler, Jr., Bennett, Lotterhos, Sulser & Geno, Jackson, Miss., for Emmett F. Findley and Florence M. Findley, d/b......read more.


Summary: 11 B.R. 56 (1981) In re JAMES CALVIN BELK CONSTRUCTION CO., INC., Debtor. In February 1980 the Court authorized the debtor to employ the services of the law firm of Holcomb, Dunbar, Connell, Merkel, Tollison & Khayat and the law firm of Neblett, Bobo & Chapman to represent the debtor as the debtor's attorneys in a lawsuit then pending in the Fifteenth Judicial District Court for the Parish of Acadia, State of Louisiana. That suit had been brought against the debtor and Hunter Manufacturing, Inc.......read more.


Summary: 108 B.R. 119 (1989) In re Ira WILLIAMS and Faye Williams, Debtors. Ira WILLIAMS and Faye Williams, Plaintiffs, v. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ROSEDALE, MISSISSIPPI, Defendant. Levi Boone, III, Cleveland, Miss., for Ira and Faye Williams. On consideration of the complaint filed by the debtors, Ira Williams and Faye Williams, hereinafter referred to as debtors or plaintiffs; answer and affirmative defenses having been filed by the defendant, First National Bank, Rosedale, Mississippi, hereinafter referre......read more.


Summary: 438 B.R. 886 (2010) In re FF ACQUISITION CORP. d/b/a Flexible-Flyer. David Angles, et al., Plaintiffs v. Flexible Flyer Liquidating Trust, f/k/a FF Acquisition Corp., d/b/a Flexible-Flyer, Defendant. On consideration before the court is a complaint filed by the plaintiffs, David Angles, et al., against the defendant, Flexible Flyer Liquidating Trust, f/k/a FF Acquisition Corp., d/b/a Flexible-Flyer, (hereinafter "Flexible Flyer"), seeking damages for an alleged violation of the Worker Adjustment......read more.


Summary: 421 B.R. 765 (2009) In re Thomas W. GRAFTON and Patricia M. Grafton, Debtors. On consideration before the court is whether the Chapter 13 plan filed by the above captioned debtors, Thomas W. Grafton and Patricia M. Grafton, should be confirmed; an objection to confirmation of the plan having been filed by Joann Grafton Warren, (hereinafter "Warren"), the former wife of the debtor, Thomas W. Grafton, (hereinafter "Grafton"); and the court, having heard and considered same, hereby finds as follows......read more.


Summary: 151 B.R. 772 (1993) In re Bobby Joe TAYLOR and Annie Faye Taylor. Bobby Joe TAYLOR, and wife, Annie Faye Taylor, Plaintiffs, v. MISSISSIPPI LEARNING INSTITUTE, Mid-South Neurologist and South Central Bell, Defendants. *773 B. Brennan Horan, Horan and Horan, Horn Lake, MS, for Bobby Joe Taylor and Annie Faye Taylor. On consideration before the court is a complaint filed by the debtors, Bobby Joe Taylor and wife, Annie Faye Taylor, against the defendants, Mississippi Learning Institute, Mid-South ......read more.


Summary: 53 B.R. 254 (1985) In re WESTSIDE UTILITIES, INC., Debtor. WESTSIDE UTILITIES, INC., Plaintiff, v. ROBERT E. RATLIFF COMPANY, INC., Defendant. This matter comes before the Court on a complaint to contest secured creditor's claims and for injunctive relief filed by the plaintiff, Westside Utilities, Inc., hereinafter referred to as Westside; answer and affirmative defenses to said complaint filed by the defendant, Robert E. Ratliff Company, Inc., hereinafter referred to as Ratliff; motion to dism......read more.


Summary: 66 B.R. 253 (1986) In re Mason M. BAKER, Sr. and Charlene Palmer Baker, Debtors. At a recessed hearing, scheduled pursuant to the order of this Court, there came on for consideration the objection to confirmation of Debtors' plan, motion to dismiss, and in the alternative, motion for involuntary conversion, filed by H.W. Skinner and Press-Seal Gasket Corporation, hereinafter referred to collectively as Movants; response to said objection, etc., filed by Mason M. Baker, Sr., and Charlene Palmer B......read more.


Summary: 426 B.R. 178 (2010) In re ENGLAND MOTOR COMPANY, Happy Day Motors, Inc. and England Holdings, Inc., Debtors. Facts On December 3, 2008, (the "Petition Date") England Motor Company ("England Motor") and Happy Day Motors, Inc. ("Happy Day") filed voluntary petitions for relief under chapter 7 of the United States Bankruptcy Code[2] in Case Nos. 08-15221-NPO *183 and 08-15222-NPO, respectively. England is the president of all three companies: England Motor, Happy Day, and England Holdings (collecti......read more.


Summary: 441 B.R. 519 (2010) In re Craig D. CLEMONS, Debtor. No. 50), both of which were filed by Locke D. Barkley, the chapter 13 trustee (the "Trustee"), and the untitled Trustee's Brief opposing the Trustee's Objection to Exemptions (the *520 "Debtor's Response") filed by Craig D. Clemons (the "Debtor"), in the above-styled chapter 13 proceeding. No. 1), the Debtor claimed a 1997 GMC Safari (the "Safari") and a 2003 CBR motorcycle (the "Motorcycle") as exempt property.The Exemption Statute states in p......read more.


Summary: 167 B.R. 77 (1994) In re Everett K. WILLIAMS. U.S.A./FmHA, Plaintiff, v. INDI-BEL, INC., and Everett K. Williams, Defendants. *78 Craig M. Geno, Holcomb, Dunbar, Connell, Chaffin & Willard, Jackson, MS, for Everett K. Williams and Indi-Bel, Inc. STATEMENT OF UNCONTRADICTED FACTS The debtor, Everett K. Williams, entered into a stock purchase agreement with Delta Catfish Processors, Inc., (Delta), on February 19, 1988. 497 (D.N.J.1958); In re Eastern Maine Elec. Co-op., Inc., 125 B.R. 329 (Bankr.D......read more.


Summary: 276 B.R. 156 (2001) In re Christopher A. SMINK and Laurie A. Smink. July 5, 2001. On consideration before the court is an objection to the confirmation of the debtors' Chapter 13 plan filed by AmSouth Bank, as successor in interest to First American National Bank and Deposit Guaranty National Bank, referred to hereinafter as AmSouth; response to said objection having been filed by the debtors, Christopher A. Smink and Laurie A. Smink; and the court, having heard and considered same, hereby finds......read more.


Summary: 139 B.R. 389 (1992) In re David L. KENNEDY and Kathy S. Kennedy. Locke D. BARKLEY, Trustee for the Estate of David L. Kennedy and Kathy S. Kennedy, Movants, v. TOWER LOAN OF MISSISSIPPI, INC., Respondent. William J. Clayton, Batesville, Miss., for David L. Kennedy and Kathy S. Kennedy. Motion to avoid a nonpossessory, nonpurchase-money security interest filed by Locke D. Barkley, Trustee for the Estate of David L. Kennedy and Kathy S. Kennedy, debtors, against Tower Loan of Mississippi, Inc.; th......read more.