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Summary: 10 B.R. 37 (1981) In the Matter of ROYAL d'IBERVILLE CORPORATION d/b/a Royal d'Iberville Hotel. KIMBROUGH INVESTMENT COMPANY, Plaintiff, v. ROYAL d'IBERVILLE CORPORATION Debtor-In-Possession, Defendant. The debtor-in-possession, Royal d'Iberville Corporation (hereinafter "debtor"), owns and operates the Royal d'Iberville Hotel in Biloxi, Mississippi.


Summary: 132 B.R. 329 (1991) In re WALDOFF'S, INC., Debtor. Before the Court is the Application by Nachamie, Hendler & Spizz, Co-Counsel to the Debtor and Debtor-in-Possession, for Interim Allowance and Reimbursement of Necessary Expenses. The objection of Orix states that the fees are unreasonable for services performed, multiple attorneys are employed and there is duplication of effort, that the hourly rate charged by New York counsel is unreasonable in comparison to the customary hourly rate charged i......read more.


Summary: 151 B.R. 388 (1993) In re Calvin DIXON. In June of 1989, the Debtor, Calvin Dixon, along with his wife, Heidi Dixon, executed a promissory note in the amount of $17,868.56 in favor of Copiah Bank. On August 3, 1992 Calvin Dixon filed a petition for relief under chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. Contents of plan. . . . . (b) Subject to subsections (a) and (c) of this section, the plan may— . . . . (2) modify the rights of holders of secured claims, other than a claim secured only by a security i......read more.


Summary: 228 B.R. 615 (1998) In re CONDERE CORPORATION d/b/a Servis Fleet Tire Company, d/b/a Fidelity Tire Manufacturing Co. Dennis S. Kayes, Detroit, MI, for Titan International and Titan Tire of Natchez. This matter came before the Court on the Amended Motion for an Order Pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 363 to Sell All Assets of the Debtor filed by Condere Corporation (the Debtor) and the objections thereto filed by the United Steelworkers of America, AFL — CIO — CLC, on behalf of itself and Local 303L (colle......read more.


Summary: 119 B.R. 101 (1990) In re Greg FONDREN. GUARANTY CORPORATION, Plaintiff, v. Greg FONDREN, Defendant. Before the Court for consideration is the Complaint to Have Debt Declared Nondischargeable filed by Guaranty Corporation against the debtor, Greg Fondren. Having considered the pleadings, testimony presented at trial, and the additional briefs filed, the Court is of the opinion that the complaint may be amended and that the debt of Greg Fondren to Guaranty Corporation is nondischargeable under se......read more.


Summary: 445 B.R. 582 (2010) In re PREMIER ENTERTAINMENT BILOXI LLC (d/b/a Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Biloxi) and Premier Finance Biloxi Corp., Debtors. Premier Entertainment Biloxi LLC (d/b/a Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Biloxi) and Premier Finance Biloxi Corp., Plaintiffs and Counter-Defendants v. U.S. Bank National Association, Pacific Investment Management Company, LLC, Deutsche Asset Management, and Castlerigg Master Investments Ltd., Defendants and Counter-Plaintiffs. *586 Robert Alan Byrd, Biloxi, MS, f......read more.




Summary: 379 B.R. 100 (2006) In re PURSUE ENERGY CORPORATION. February 3, 2006. FINDINGS OF FACT AND CONCLUSIONS OF LAW ON THE OBJECTIONS FILED BY THE DEBTOR AND THE UNSECURED CREDITORS' COMMITTEE TO THE PROOF OF CLAIM AND THE AMENDMENTS THERETO AND THE MOTION FOR PAYMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES FILED BY THE MISSISSIPPI STATE TAX COMMISSION EDWARD ELLINGTON, Bankruptcy Judge. This matter came before the Court for trial on the proof of claim, the amendments thereto, and the motion for administrative ex......read more.


Summary: 103 B.R. 800 (1989) In re Donald and Carolyn BOOTH. The plaintiff, Roy Anderson, Jr., filed an adversary complaint seeking damages and judgment against Donald and Carolyn Booth, the debtors herein, on July 27, 1988. See also, Burger King Corp. v. B-K of Kansas, Inc., 73 B.R. 671 (D.Kan.1987) (Court granted motion to dismiss untimely complaint where motion was filed 17 months after the complaint on basis that Rule 4007(c) is jurisdictional and nonwaivable); In re Harten, 78 B.R. 252 (9th B.A.P.19......read more.


Summary: 109 B.R. 186 (1987) In re FABRICATORS, INC. A complaint was filed on behalf of the debtor, Fabricators, Inc., against Technical Fabricators, Inc., requesting subordination of the claims of Technical Fabricators, Inc. and transfer of its liens to the estate pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 510(c). After considering the record and the evidence presented, and reviewing the memoranda submitted by counsel and the principles of subordination from applicable case law, the Court finds that the claims of Technica......read more.


Summary: 167 B.R. 417 (1992) In re Eddie James LEE & Brenda Funches Lee, Andrew L. Payton & Carolyn L. Payton, Danny Lee Snow, Johnnie Simpson, Willie James Townsend & Sandra Townsend, Loria J. Gibson, Elsie Henrietta Cowan. Bernard Chill, Jr., Jackson, MS, for Eddie Lee and Brenda Lee. Cynthia L. Perry, Jackson, MS, for Andrew Payton and Carolyn Payton. *419 J. Thomas Ash, Jackson, MS, for Danny Snow and Johnnie Simpson. EDDIE JAMES LEE AND BRENDA FUNCHES LEE In connection with the purchase of a mobile ......read more.


Summary: 28 B.R. 37 (1982) In the Matter of Dallas STEVENSON. Based upon the overwhelming evidence in this case and this Court's experience concerning these small, individually owned businesses, it is therefore held that this debt was a contract entered into by Dallas Stevenson individually and not Stevenson's Trucking, Inc. and is hereby allowed to be included in the Chapter 13 plan of the individual debtor, Dallas Stevenson.


Summary: 251 B.R. 693 (2000) In re CONDERE CORPORATION, Debtor. This matter came on for hearing on April 24, 2000 on the application for reimbursement of fees and expenses of Sid Richardson Carbon Company ("Richardson") as an administrative expense pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 503(b),[1] and the objections thereto filed by the debtor, Titan Tire Corporation of Natchez ("Titan Tire"), and the United States Trustee's Office.


Summary: 212 B.R. 520 (1997) In the Matters of TREASURE BAY CORPORATION, Treasure Bay Gaming & Resorts, Inc., Debtors. *521 *522 *523 Troy D. Phillips, Ruth A. Wagoner, Dallas, TX, Robert A. Byrd, Biloxi, MS, for Treasure Bay Corp. and Treasure Bay Gaming & Resorts, Inc. This matter came before the Court as a hearing on: (1) the confirmation of the amended joint plan of reorganization filed on February 6, 1997 by Treasure Bay Corporation ("TBC") and Treasure Bay Gaming & Resorts, Inc. ("TBGR") (jointly r......read more.


Summary: 143 B.R. 408 (1992) In re Daniel O'QUINN, Jr. Daniel O'QUINN, Jr., Alberta O'Quinn, Plaintiffs, v. Charles BREWER, Trustee, Defendant. CONCLUSIONS OF LAW The issue before the Court is whether funds in the possession of a chapter 13 trustee should be returned to the debtor or distributed to creditors of the estate, upon conversion of a case from a chapter 13 to a chapter 7 bankruptcy. Those courts which have found that funds in the possession of the chapter 13 trustee at the time of conversion be......read more.


Summary: 413 B.R. 370 (2009) In re PREMIER ENTERTAINMENT BILOXI, LLC, d/b/a Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Biloxi and Premier Finance Biloxi Corp., Debtors. *371 Nicholas Van Wiser, Robert Alan Byrd, Biloxi, MS, for Debtors. On April 2, 2009, this matter came before the Court for hearing (the "Hearing") on the Reorganized Debtors' Objection to Proofs of Claim (the "Debtors' Objection") (Dkt.#574) filed by Premier Entertainment Biloxi, LLC, d/b/a Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Biloxi, and Premier Finance Biloxi Corp.......read more.


Summary: 417 B.R. 712 (2009) In re Kevin COLEMAN and Kevin Coleman Construction, Inc., Debtors. July 2, 2009. *717 Craig M. Geno, Melanie T. Vardaman, Harris Jernigan & Geno, PLLC, Ridgeland, MS, for Debtors. No. 281) filed by the United States of America, Internal Revenue Service (the "IRS"), and the Debtor's Answer and Response to United States' Motion for Summary Judgment (the "Response") (Dkt. No. 279) filed by Kevin Coleman (the "Debtor"), in the above-styled chapter 11 proceeding. In 2001, the Debt......read more.


Summary: 96 B.R. 65 (1988) In re James G. McINTYRE and Gayle L. McIntyre. BANK OF MISSISSIPPI v. James G. McINTYRE and Gayle L. McIntyre, Magnolia Federal Bank for Savings, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and John Does 1-10. In an attempt to create equity in the property, the debtor, James G. McIntyre, testified that he had an oral agreement with the Bank of Mississippi to apply all of his payments to principal and none to interest. On the date of the hearing in Jackson, Mississippi, the debtor......read more.


Summary: 96 B.R. 70 (1989) In re James G. McINTYRE and Gayle L. McIntyre. BANK OF MISSISSIPPI v. James G. McINTYRE and Gayle L. McIntyre, Magnolia Federal Bank for Savings, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and John Does 1-10.


Summary: 213 B.R. 116 (1997) In re John A. SALTER. THIS MATTER came before the Court on the Motion To Alter Or Amend Judgment filed by the pro se Debtor, John A. Salter.