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Summary: 299 B.R. 462 (2003) In re Sundi Renee CORNER, Debtor. Telhio Credit Union, Inc., Plaintiff, v. Sundi Renee Corner, Defendant. This matter is before the Court on the complaint of plaintiff Telhio Credit Union, Inc. ("Telhio") for a judgment against defendant Sundi Renee Corner ("the Debtor") in the amount of $18,600.55 and a *464 determination that this debt is nondischargeable pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 523(2)(A) and (6).

Summary: 30 B.R. 335 (1983) KA-BE INVESTMENT COMPANY, Plaintiff, v. Thomas R. NOLAND, Trustee in Bankruptcy, and Security Pacific Business Credit, Inc., Defendants. PROCEDURAL POSTURE On August 23, 1982, Plaintiff, KA-BE Investment Company ("KA-BE") filed this adversary proceeding against Defendants Security Pacific Business Credit, Inc. ("Security Pacific") and Thomas R. Noland, Trustee in Bankruptcy for King Aluminum Corporation, a debtor pursuant to Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code of 1978.

Summary: 25 B.R. 518 (1982) Jessie L. INSKEEP, Plaintiff, v. Paul Howard DRAPER, aka Mike Draper, Defendant. On 10 December 1976 in contemplation of marriage Plaintiff, Jessie L. Inskeep, and Defendant, Paul H. Draper, executed an antenuptial settlement, with specific reference *519 to the real property "located at 5253 East County Line Road, Springfield, Ohio" owned by Inskeep, together with household furnishings and a life insurance contract; to "farm chattels," "automobile and trucks," and life more.

Summary: 28 B.R. 234 (1983) In the Matter of Stephen F. PURK, Debtor. Plaintiff, Aetna Life and Casualty Company, filed Complaint against Stephen F. Purk and Mary Purk who are husband and wife. Stephen F. Purk is Debtor in bankruptcy. Aetna Life & Casualty Company issued to defendants, Stephen F. Purk and *239 Mary Purk, a homeowners insurance policy on a residence at 7278 Robert Ulrich Avenue, Randolph Township, Montgomery County, Ohio, as named insureds, a copy of said policy being attached as Exhibit more.

Summary: 201 B.R. 923 (1996) In re BEVIS COMPANY, INC., Debtor. There remains some $35,000.00, held in escrow by debtor's counsel awaiting further order of this court, which represents a balance available for distribution to creditors of debtor. North Side Bank and Trust Company ("North Side") is a secured creditor of the debtor, as is the Internal Revenue Service ("IRS"). Debtor at that time entered into a sale and lease back arrangement through a document to which debtor and XYOquip, Inc. were the more.

Summary: 407 B.R. 883 (2009) In re David W. WAHL, Jr., Marlaina A. Leppert-Wahl, Debtors. Findings of Fact and Procedural Background A. Findings of Fact The debtors, David W. Wahl, Jr. ("Mr. Wahl") and Mariana A. Leppert-Wahl ("Ms.Wahl") (collectively, the "Debtors"), acquired title to real property located at 469 Cherry Hill Lane, Lebanon, Ohio (the "Property") through a quit-claim deed dated October 24, 2007. The first page of the Mortgage refers to both Mr. Wahl and Ms. Wahl as the borrowers and more.

Summary: 109 B.R. 748 (1989) In re CARDINAL INDUSTRIES, INC. David G. Heiman, Fordham E. Huffman, Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue, Columbus, Ohio, for Cardinal Industries, Inc. and Cardinal Industries of Florida, Inc. I. PRELIMINARY MATTERS This matter is before the Court on a Motion for Injunctive Relief (the "Motion"), filed by Cardinal Industries, Inc. ("CII") and Cardinal Industries of Florida, Inc. ("CIF") (collectively the "Debtors"). Cardinal Industries, Inc. v. Buckeye Federal Savings & Loan more.

Summary: 255 B.R. 728 (2000) In re Benny MIRELES, Beatrice Mireles, Debtors. The Trustee filed this adversary proceeding against the Debtors and Key Bank seeking turnover of a 1996 conversion van from the Debtors and avoidance of Key Bank's alleged unperfected security interest therein.

Summary: 346 B.R. 767 (2006) In re Thomas B. SPARKS and Dorothy E. Sparks, Debtors. 32), the Debtors propose to cram down HSBC's debt to $18,237.50 with interest at the rate of 6.5%. Pursuant to the hanging paragraph in § 1325(a), the Debtors cannot cram down HSBC's claim. In their memorandum in support of confirmation, the Debtors state that they are prepared to stipulate for purposes of the hearing that (1) the motor vehicle in question [the 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee] is subject to a duly perfected, more.

Summary: 200 B.R. 847 (1996) In the Matter of Charles E. GAITHER and Barbara J. Gaither, Debtors. ORDER DENYING DEBTORS' MOTION FOR CONTEMPT J. VINCENT AUG, Jr., Bankruptcy Judge. This matter is before the Court on the Debtors' motion to find the Ohio Bureau of Employment Services (OBES) in civil contempt. Subsequently, the OBES determined that the benefits collected by Barbara Gaither from July 2, 1994 to August 27, 1994, totaling $909, and the benefits collected by Charles Gaither from January 14, more.

Summary: 215 B.R. 983 (1997) In re EAGLE-PICHER INDUSTRIES, INC., et al., Debtor. DECISION ON MOTION OF EAGLE-PICHER INDUSTRIES, INC. Reorganized debtor Eagle-Picher Industries, Inc. ("EPI") has filed a Motion for Order Enforcing the Plan and the Confirmation Order to Stay Actions of Caradon Doors and Windows, Inc. (the "Motion"). (That predecessor was the pre-confirmation debtor Eagle-Picher Industries, Inc. in the captioned bankruptcy case. Indeed, the latter at § 1141(d)(1)(A) expressly states that more.

Summary: 48 B.R. 534 (1985) In re John Edwin RAY, Debtor. This property consisted of the following: Consensual Ohio Property Value Encumbrances Exemption 1975 Toyota Corona $400 -0- $400 Household Goods 600 $300 300 Wearing Apparel 200 -0- 200 (total) 1975 Windsor Trailer 7,500 more.

Summary: 111 B.R. 660 (1989) In re William H. FULLER, Debtor. This matter is before the court upon the motion of William H. Fuller, a chapter 13 debtor, to reinstate the automatic stay of section 362 of the Bankruptcy Code. The basic facts are as follows: a) On December 29, 1988 Lomas Mortgage USA, Inc., which holds the first mortgage on debtor's residence, filed a "Motion for Relief from Stay" on the grounds that it had previously been granted relief from stay in an earlier chapter 7 case of the debtor, more.

Summary: 54 B.R. 142 (1985) In re SHOWCASE NATURAL CASING COMPANY, INC., Debtor. Plaintiff in this adversary proceeding is a secured creditor of Showcase Natural Casing *143 Company, Inc., debtor in the related bankruptcy case.

Summary: 23 B.R. 671 (1982) In re Alexander HUBBARD, Jr. and Christin Hubbard, Debtors. United States Bankruptcy Court, S.D. Ohio, W.D. October 12, 1982. Y.,1981); In re Williams, 11 B.R. 504 (Bkrtcy.S.D.Tex.,1981)) that state law controls in respect to the effect of acceleration in accordance with the note and mortgage or of the securing of a judgment, the Taddeo court holds that state law holding that a default cannot be cured, "must fall before the Bankruptcy Code."

Summary: 383 B.R. 696 (2008) In re Patricia A. VOLLMAN, Debtor. Facts and Procedural Background On September 12, 2007, the Debtor, Patricia A. Vollman, filed a Chapter 13 petition, schedules and Official Form B22c (Doc. [3] Analysis 11 U.S.C. § 1322(b)(1) Does Not Permit a Chapter 13 Debtor to Pay Nonpriority Unsecured Claims with Co-Obligors Less Than Other Nonpriority Unsecured Claims Section 1322(b)(1) provides that a "plan may ... designate a class or classes of unsecured claims, as provided in more.

Summary: 158 B.R. 709 (1993) In re James K. WILSON, Jr., Debtor. Phyllis E. WILSON, Plaintiff, v. James K. WILSON, Jr., Defendant. FACTS The following material facts are undisputed by the parties: 1) On September 1, 1992, the marriage of plaintiff Phyllis E. Wilson and defendant/debtor James K. Wilson, Jr., was dissolved by the Common Pleas Court of Montgomery County, Ohio. JUDGMENT In accordance with the Decision entered this same date, it is hereby ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED that the current more.

Summary: 52 B.R. 541 (1985) In the Matter of BALDWIN-UNITED CORPORATION, D.H. Baldwin Company, et al., Debtors. B-U ACQUISITION GROUP, INC., Plaintiff, v. UTICA MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, the North River Insurance Company, Fireman's Fund Insurance Company, Midland Insurance Company, First State Insurance Company, Employer's Mutual Casualty Company, Integrity Insurance Company, Defendants. United States Bankruptcy Court, S.D. Ohio, W.D. August 30, 1985. Defendants Midland Insurance Company, First State more.