All summarized opinions

Suhar v. Bruno (In re Neal)

Citation: 
13a0911n.06
Ruling: 
Sixth Circuit affirmed original decision of the bankruptcy court and reinstated its award of $47,635.27 to the chapter 7 bankruptcy estate for fraudulent transfers arising out of a divorce separation agreement.
Judge(s): 
Keith, Clay and Kethledge (Keith, dissenting).
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Timco, LLC v. T and M Sales Agency, Inc. (In re Timco, LLC)

Citation: 
13a0063n.06
Ruling: 
Appeal of bankruptcy court's decision remanding case removed state court action to confirm arbitration award which was affirmed by district court was unreviewable by the court of appeals under 28 U.S.C. § 1334(d). Appeal of order granting relief from automatic ...
Judge(s): 
Guy, Sutton and Cook
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Coyer v. HSBC Mortgage Services, Inc.

Citation: 
12a0396p.06
Ruling: 
Sixth Circuit, in a per curiam opinion in a non-bankruptcy case, affirmed dismissal of borrowers' complaint alleging (1) breach of fiduciary duty; (2) negligence/negligence per se; (3) common law fraud; (4) breach of the implied covenant of good faith and ...
Judge(s): 
Merritt, Martin and Gilman
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Salyersville National Bank v. Bailey (In re Bailey)

Citation: 
11a0308p.06
Ruling: 
Reaffirmation agreements, entered into upon assumption that lender held a properly perfected mortgage and vehicle lien (which was later proved to be a false assumption), was unenforceable under Kentucky law as agreement was premised on a mutual mistake. Court of Appeals ...
Judge(s): 
Keith, Sutton McKeague
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State Bank of Florence v. Miller (In re Miller)

Citation: 
2011 FED. App. 0012P (6th Cir.)
Ruling: 
The Panel affirmed the Bankruptcy Court’s decision stating that the Bank made a unilateral mistake by bidding the entire amount owed to it by the Debtor at a Michigan foreclosure sale and that it was required by Michigan law to ...
Judge(s): 
Harris, Rhodes and Shea-Stonum
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