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Citation: 347 B.R. 120 | Docket No.: 1-19-10322
Status: Published | Citing: 1
Summary: 347 B.R. 120 (2006) In re Daniel L. JEWELL and Melissa A. Jewell, Debtors.

Citation: 16 B.R. 831 | Docket No.: 1-19-10027
Status: Published | Citing: 6
Summary: 16 B.R. 831 (1982) In re Akram HABEEB-ULLAH a/k/a James W. Dixon a/k/a Bro. The debtors, Akram and Aesha Habeeb-Ullah, have moved in accordance with Local Rule 2(7) to set aside or value three judicial liens pursuant to sections 522(f)(1) and 506, Title 11 U.S.C. Chronologically, the first judicial lien arose from a Buffalo City Court judgment against the debtors which was docketed in the Erie County Clerk's Office on December 5, 1973 in favor of Verda-Ray Corporation in the sum of $742.97.

Citation: 347 B.R. 466 | Docket No.: 1-16-11968
Status: Published | Citing: 8
Summary: 347 B.R. 466 (2006) In re Michael S. MILNER, Debtor. Mary Beth Milner, Plaintiff, v. Michael S. Milner, Defendant. On October 21, 2003, the New York State Supreme Court granted to Mary Beth Milner a divorce from Michael S. Milner, her husband of almost seventeen years. After the trial, counsel for Michael Milner submitted an affidavit which asserted that Mary Beth Milner did eventually resell the property for a sum sufficient to satisfy all of Mrs. Milner's claims from the half interest that more.

Citation: 27 B.R. 128 | Docket No.: 2-19-20177
Status: Published | Citing: 13
Summary: 27 B.R. 128 (1983) In re Charles R. and Joyce M. EVINGHAM, Debtors. Charles R. and Joyce M. EVINGHAM, Plaintiffs, v. TRUCKING AFFILIATES OF CENTRAL NEW YORK CREDIT UNION, Defendant. Charles R. and Joyce M. Evingham, Chapter 7 debtors who filed on July 13, 1981, brought this adversary proceeding against Trucking Affiliates of Central New York Credit Union (Credit Union) to avoid a preferential transfer under § 522(h) resulting from the May 21, 1981 repossession and sale of a 1975 Buick Estate more.

Citation: 90 B.R. 64 | Docket No.: 1-19-10266
Status: Published | Citing: 8
Summary: 90 B.R. 64 (1988) In re Scott NICHOLSON, Debtor. On November 20, 1987, the bankruptcy trustee commenced an Adversary Proceeding pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 542 for an Order requiring the Defendant to turnover one half the surplus proceeds from a sale of the Debtor's erstwhile marital residence. The account was established in the name of Richard T. Williams II, an attorney and Defendant herein, for the benefit of the Debtor and the Debtor's spouse. In accordance with the attached Findings of Fact more.

Citation: 104 B.R. 596 | Docket No.: 1-19-10073
Status: Published | Citing: 5
Summary: 104 B.R. 596 (1989) In re B-T PRODUCTIONS, INC., Debtor. This matter is before the Court on the motion of James Doyle, substituted trustee, to require an accounting of the fees claimed and taken by the law firm of Harris, Beach, Wilcox, Rubin & Levey ("Harris, Beach") as special counsel to the debtor, B-T Productions, Inc. ("B-T Productions"). The claimed fees were incurred during Harris, Beach's representation of the debtor and two of the debtor's principals, Anthony and Eugene Della Pietra, more.

Citation: 264 B.R. 298 | Docket No.: 1-10-11340
Status: Published | Citing: 4
Summary: 264 B.R. 298 (2001) In re Richard M. & Irene M. STEDMAN, Debtors. Richard M. & Irene M. Stedman, Plaintiffs, v. Roger S. Webb, Patricia G. Webb, and Florida Silvics, Inc., Defendants. *299 Damon & Morey LLP, William F. Savino, of counsel, Brian D. Gwitt, of counsel, Buffalo, New York, for Richard & Irene Stedman. Prior to the filing of their bankruptcy petition, Richard and Irene Stedman were owners of a fifty percent interest in Tree Technology Systems, Inc. (hereafter "Tree Technology"). more.

Citation: 27 B.R. 526 | Docket No.: 1-19-10364
Status: Published | Citing: 7
Summary: 27 B.R. 526 (1983) In re Anthony SAPIENZA, Debtor. The debtor argues that the IRS is barred from amending the claim because substantial amount of money has been paid by the debtor under the confirmed plan; that to alter the plan at this late date would take the debtor beyond the five year period provided for Chapter 13's; and, finally, that IRS had knowledge of the Order fixing the claims and did nothing about it for many, many, months; and that, therefore, it would be inequitable to reform the more.

Citation: 27 B.R. 106 | Docket No.: 1-17-12020
Status: Published | Citing: 9
Summary: 27 B.R. 106 (1983) In re Fred R. McCALL and Fred McCall Trucking, Inc., Debtors. EQUILEASE CORPORATION, Plaintiff, v. Fred R. McCALL and Fred McCall Trucking, Inc., Defendants. The debtors herein filed for relief under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code on March 7, 1980.

Citation: 177 B.R. 785 | Docket No.: 2-19-20069
Status: Published | Citing: 15
Summary: 177 B.R. 785 (1995) In re BISON HEATING & EQUIPMENT, INC., Debtor. Bison Heating & Equipment, Inc., filed a petition for relief under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code on June 21, 1991. During this period, on various dates in September of 1991, the debtor paid the sum of $7,000 to the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, mostly on account of prepetition sales taxes.Even if one were to view the Department of Labor and the Department of Taxation and Finance as a single entity, the more.

Citation: 183 B.R. 677 | Docket No.: 1-19-10021
Status: Published | Citing: 7
Summary: 183 B.R. 677 (1995) In re Samuel L. RAIMONDO, Debtor. Samuel L. RAIMONDO, Plaintiff, v. NEW YORK STATE HIGHER EDUCATION SERVICES CORPORATION; State University of New York; Key Bank, Defendants. *678 Jeffrey Freedman (Paul M. Pochepan, of counsel), Buffalo, NY, for Samuel L. Raimondo. Samuel L. Raimondo, the plaintiff herein, filed a petition for relief under Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code on July 24, 1992. Specifically, Mr. Raimondo must demonstrate "(1) that the debtor cannot maintain, based more.

Citation: 38 B.R. 642 | Docket No.: 1-19-10042
Status: Published | Citing: 6
Summary: 38 B.R. 642 (1984) In re FLOWER CITY NURSING HOME, INC., Debtor. Louis A. RYEN, As Trustee in Bankruptcy of Flower City Nursing Home, Inc., Plaintiff, v. PARK HOPE NURSING HOME, INC., Defendant, v. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF ROCHESTER, Interpleader Defendant. The trustee of Flower City Nursing Home, the bankrupt in this case, which was converted from a Chapter XI to Chapter IV under the 1898 Bankruptcy Act, brought this action against the bankrupt's receiver, Park Hope more.

Citation: 254 B.R. 786 | Docket No.: 1-19-10159
Status: Published | Citing: 10
Summary: 254 B.R. 786 (2000) In re Beverly A. JOHNSON, Debtor. The Court is asked whether funds that many thousands of people have in trust under the "Deferred Compensation Plan for Employees of the State of New York and Other Participating Public Jurisdictions" are exempt property in a bankruptcy case of one such person. Debtor's counsel believes that 20% of all *788 municipal, county and state employees in this state are enrolled in plans identical to this "Deferred Compensation Plan." The $4000 that more.

Citation: 220 B.R. 1 | Docket No.: 1-19-10155
Status: Published | Citing: 17
Summary: 220 B.R. 1 (1998) In re BAGEL BROS. Apart from courtesy copies of documents filed in New Jersey, the only thing in the package was a letter to me from New Jersey counsel, as follows (in pertinent part): On March 25, 1998, MBC filed a Notice of Motion to transfer venue of the Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases of Bagel Brothers Maple, Inc. ("Maple") and Bagel Brothers Deli & Bakery, Inc. ("Bakery") from the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of New Jersey [sic], Buffalo vicinage, * more.

Citation: 175 B.R. 5 | Docket No.: 1-15-12129
Status: Published | Citing: 4
Summary: 175 B.R. 5 (1994) In re MORRISON INDUSTRIES, L.P., DIP, Debtor. MORRISON INDUSTRIES, L.P., Plaintiff, v. HIROSS, INC., Defendant. The Court finds that the products were not "delivered," and that their proceeds may be applied to what Morrison owed Hiross on the date Morrison filed its Chapter 11 petition. Because Morrison was only going to be a pass-through organization, the contract with Hiross only contemplated that Morrison would want the product either shipped directly to its customers, or more.

Citation: 324 B.R. 225 | Docket No.: 1-19-10328
Status: Published | Citing: 1
Summary: The Contempt Motion asserted that: (1) by a letter mailed and faxed on March 16, 2005, the attorney for the Debtors made a demand on the National Bank of Geneva which stated that, if within twenty-four hours it *227 did not advise the Debtors of the location of the Voyager and release it to them, they would seek relief from the Bankruptcy Court[2]; (2) on March 16, 2005, the attorney for the Debtors was advised by the National Bank of Geneva that it had no power to release the Voyager, which more.

Citation: 172 B.R. 182 | Docket No.: 2-19-20209
Status: Published | Citing: 31
Summary: 172 B.R. 182 (1994) In re CARDON REALTY CORP., Debtor. They are objections to three claims, totalling over $600,000, which were filed against the estate of this Chapter 7 Debtor, Cardon Realty Corporation. The Debtor claims that the notice and demand requirements of MPPAA were never complied with by Locals 557 and 1730 as pertains to Cardon Realty; that the claims filed by those Funds in this bankruptcy proceeding are untimely under applicable non-bankruptcy law, and that those Funds are more.