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Citation: 115 B.R. 254 | Docket No.: 19-00360
Status: Published | Citing: 9
Summary: 115 B.R. 254 (1990) In re OWEN-JOHNSON, a California general partnership, Debtor. FACTS Debtor Owen-Johnson ("OJ") filed a voluntary petition for relief under Chapter 11 of Title 11 of the United States Code on December 6, 1989. OJ's Chapter 11 proceeding subsequently followed on December 6, 1989, and on January 10, 1990, OJ filed its motion to reject executory contract with this court, which was joined by Vance Johnson, Inc., Vance and Lucy Johnson, RKO Construction, Inc., and R. Kenneth Owen, more.

Citation: 4 B.R. 739 | Docket No.: 19-00397
Status: Published | Citing: 3
Summary: 4 B.R. 739 (1980) In re James F. ZIMMERMAN, Sally R. Zimmerman, Debtors. On April 4, 1980, the debtors filed a motion seeking to redeem a 1978 Ford Van for $4,600 by paying installments of $150 per month until the entire amount, plus 10% interest per annum, was paid in full.

Citation: 15 B.R. 390 | Docket No.: 19-00638
Status: Published | Citing: 5
Summary: 15 B.R. 390 (1981) In re MEYER'S INC., dba Huckabay's Department Store, et al., Debtor.

Citation: 80 B.R. 517 | Docket No.: 19-00584
Status: Published | Citing: 9
Summary: 80 B.R. 517 (1987) In re NUCORP ENERGY, INC., an Ohio corporation, and its Affiliates, Debtor. Milton FREDMAN, Co-Liquidating Trustee for the Nucorp Liquidating Trust, Plaintiff, v. MILCHEM, INC., a Delaware corporation, Defendant. Larry A. Ford, Nucorp Energy, San Diego, Cal., for Nucorp Energy, Inc. In re Matter of Georgia Steel, Inc., 56 B.R. 509, 522 (Bankr.M.D.Ga.1985); In re Cimarron Oil Co., Inc., 71 B.R. 1005, 1009 (N.D.Tex.1987).

Citation: 3 B.R. 160 | Docket No.: 19-00657
Status: Published | Citing: 13
Summary: 3 B.R. 160 (1980) In re Gordon Wayne ANDERSON and Sharon Sue Anderson, Debtors. The § 341(a) meeting of creditors was held and concluded on January 7, 1980, and the case was transferred to this Court on that date for a hearing to determine whether the Debtors' Chapter 13 plan filed on November 27, 1979, should be confirmed. The family's net monthly income includes take home pay for Mr. Anderson of $800.00 plus a quarter's allowance of $216.00 for a total net monthly income of $1,016.00. Their more.

Citation: 360 B.R. 679 | Docket No.: 19-00602
Status: Published | Citing: 3
Summary: 360 B.R. 679 (2007) In re Gwenda Ann GORDON, Debtor. On December 16, 1997 debtor filed a Chapter 13 petition (97-18541) under the name Gwenda Haywood. Trustee Skelton objected to confirmation, asserting that debtor had only made half the required payments in the 2003 case; that there was no change in circumstances from the 2003 case; that while debtor had the same job she did not pay 2005 income taxes to the IRS and. The Court `does not know whether debtor had brought her payments to the more.

Citation: 212 B.R. 147 | Docket No.: 19-00391
Status: Published | Citing: 12
Summary: 212 B.R. 147 (1997) In re THRIFTY OIL COMPANY, a California corporation; Golden West Refining Company, a California corporation; CLUJ Distribution Company, a California corporation; and Golden West Distribution Company, a California Corporation, Debtors. United States Bankruptcy Court, S.D. California. [*] Bank of America National Trust and Savings Association ("BofA") filed claim No. 650B, which arises from revested debtor's ("Thrifty") guaranty of Golden West Refining Company's ("GWR") more.

Citation: 372 B.R. 496 | Docket No.: 19-00494
Status: Published | Citing: 11
Summary: 372 B.R. 496 (2007) In re James W. KEENAN, Debtor. James W. Keenan and Judy M. Keenan, Plaintiffs, v. Ross M. Pyle; Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch, a business entity form unknown, Jeffrey Isaacs, an individual, and Does 1-50, inclusive, Defendants. II BACKGROUND The Debtor, James Keenan, and his nondebtor wife, Judy Keenan, ("Plaintiffs" or "Keenans") filed this complaint against the liquidating Trustee Ross Pyle and his lawyer Jeff Isaacs, as well as the law firm of Procopio, Cory, more.

Citation: 301 B.R. 576 | Docket No.: 19-00558
Status: Published | Citing: 20
Summary: 301 B.R. 576 (2003) In re Kim N. TRAN, Debtor. Sea Win, Inc., Plaintiff, v. Kim N. Tran, Defendant. I. INTRODUCTION Before the court is the complaint of Sea Win, Inc., a/k/a Sea Win Co., Inc., against the debtor, Kim Tran, to determine the dischargeability of a debt pursuant to 11 U.S.C. §§ 523(a)(2)(A), (a)(4), and (a)(6). Apparently attempting to assist her mother, Anh Tran, who was in the seafood distribution business, Tran formed Kim Seafood International, Inc. in 1999. Perhaps confusing to more.

Citation: 58 B.R. 930 | Docket No.: 19-00616
Status: Published | Citing: 25
Summary: 58 B.R. 930 (1986) In re Charles C. HEINCY and Sharon L. Heincy, Debtors. Charles C. HEINCY and Sharon L. Heincy, Plaintiffs, v. SUPERIOR COURT OF the STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Defendant. Plaintiffs and debtors Charles and Sharon Heincy have filed a complaint to enjoin the Superior Court, County of San Diego, State of California, from enforcing an order for restitution entered in criminal case No. STATEMENT OF FACTS In June 1983, Boylan hired Charles Heincy ("Heincy") to oversee completion of a more.

Citation: 126 B.R. 589 | Docket No.: 19-00531
Status: Published | Citing: 8
Summary: 126 B.R. 589 (1991) In re FIRST ALLIANCE CORPORATION, Debtor. April 25, 1991. This matter comes before the court on debtor First Alliance Corporation's ("FAC") objection to Rancho Bernardo Limited Partnership's ("RBLP") claim of damages for termination of a lease. That section states: (b) Except as [otherwise] provided . . . if such objection to a claim is made, the court, after notice and a hearing, shall determine the amount of such claim in lawful currency of the United States as of the date more.

Citation: 3 B.R. 527 | Docket No.: 19-00590
Status: Published | Citing: 16
Summary: 3 B.R. 527 (1980) In re STANDARD FURNITURE COMPANY, Debtor. On January 25, 1980, Mr. Lee M. Norwood ("Norwood"), lessor to Standard Furniture Company ("Debtor"), filed his application for payment of administrative expenses pursuant to Section 503 of the United States Bankruptcy Code ("Code"). *529 In early December of 1979, the trustee orally informed Norwood's attorney that the Debtor intended to vacate the premises on or before January 1, 1980. This claim was subsequently amended to allege more.

Citation: 99 B.R. 47 | Docket No.: 19-00643
Status: Published | Citing: 6
Summary: 99 B.R. 47 (1989) In re Laszlo RAKOSI, Debtor. The dispute in this case is whether counsel for the Chapter 7 trustee is entitled to an award of professional fees for services rendered on behalf of the trustee after debtor Laszlo Rakosi converted his Chapter 7 case to a Chapter 13 case. After Rakosi converted to a Chapter 13, E & H continued to act on behalf of CMI by attending the § 341(a) hearing and interposing objections to the confirmation of debtor's Chapter 13 plan and first amended plan.

Citation: 187 B.R. 984 | Docket No.: 19-00635
Status: Published | Citing: 24
Summary: 187 B.R. 984 (1995) In re Sandra Fox JOHNSON, Debtor. Gerald H. DAVIS, Chapter 7 Trustee, Plaintiff, v. Sandra Fox JOHNSON, Defendant. The central issue in this case is whether equitable tolling applies to toll the limitations period for bringing an action under 11 U.S.C. § 727(d)(2) to revoke the debtor's discharge. That subsection reads: On request of the trustee, a creditor, or the United States Trustee, and after notice and a hearing, the court shall revoke a discharge granted under more.

Citation: 224 B.R. 445 | Docket No.: 19-00482
Status: Published | Citing: 14
Summary: 224 B.R. 445 (1998) In re AUTO PARTS CLUB, INC., Debtor and Debtor-in-Possession. *448 This Court's decision was in conformity with applicable Ninth Circuit case law because the findings that the fees incurred were excessive, unnecessary and unreasonable applied to all of the fees incurred by L & O, not merely those incurred after the decision to sell the Debtor's assets. In re Auto Parts Club, Inc., 211 B.R. 29, 36 (9th Cir. Further, the Debtor had objected to L & O's employment at the more.

Citation: 166 B.R. 160 | Docket No.: 19-00452
Status: Published | Citing: 8
Summary: 166 B.R. 160 (1994) In re Aida BRACAMORTES, Debtor. *162 DISCUSSION If an individual debtor's schedule of assets and liabilities includes consumer debts secured by estate property, the debtor shall "within thirty days after the date of the filing ... file with the clerk a statement of his intention with respect to the retention ... of such property, and, if applicable, ... that the debtor intends to redeem such property, or that the debtor intends to reaffirm debts secured by such property."

Citation: 139 B.R. 512 | Docket No.: 19-00365
Status: Published | Citing: 4
Summary: 139 B.R. 512 (1992) In re Alfred SCHUREK and Helen Schurek, Debtors. James D. ARTHUR, on Behalf of Ralph O. BOLDT, Trustee, Plaintiff, v. Alfred SCHUREK, et al., Defendants. Ralph O. BOLDT, Trustee, Plaintiff, v. Alfred SCHUREK, et al., Defendants.

Citation: 59 B.R. 733 | Docket No.: 19-00424
Status: Published | Citing: 11
Summary: 59 B.R. 733 (1986) In re ALLEN & HEIN, INCORPORATED, a California corporation, Debtor. Union contends that a non-debtor corporation controlled by the wife of the principal shareholder and officer of debtor is a "controlled entity" under the terms of the Agreement. Second, debtor argues that granting relief would subject debtor to "additional costs and loss of time and expenses" by proceeding in a forum other than in the Bankruptcy Court. The issue to be resolved at the arbitration proceedings more.

Citation: 166 B.R. 154 | Docket No.: 19-00447
Status: Published | Citing: 29
Summary: 166 B.R. 154 (1994) In re Fred STEPHENSON, Debtor. Defined Benefit and Plan Trust, Plaintiff, v. Fred STEPHENSON, Defendant. The Gordon pension plan was drafted by Fred Stephenson (debtor). The debtor was the owner and president of Fred L. Stephenson & Company, a company specializing in pension administration and real estate investment syndication. The debtor deposited investor funds into a newly created entity named the Stephenson Loan Fund Partnership # 3. Unable to reach the debtor after more.

Citation: 193 B.R. 949 | Docket No.: 19-00563
Status: Published | Citing: 18
Summary: 193 B.R. 949 (1996) In re James Marvin MORRIS, Debtor. Elizabeth BODILY, Plaintiff, v. James Marvin MORRIS, Defendant. James Marvin Morris, San Diego, CA, in pro. Plaintiff Elizabeth Bodily (the "Plaintiff") has sued her former husband, James Marvin Morris (the "Debtor"), to have declared non-dischargeable an equalization payment of $8,542.68 which the Superior Court ordered the Debtor to pay the Plaintiff. Code § 523(a)(15) provides in pertinent part: (a) A discharge under section 727 . . . of more.