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Topic: Plan Confirmation

Atkinson v. Ernie Haire Ford, Inc.

Citation: 
13-11810
Ruling: 
A defendant in an adversary proceeding was not a "person aggrieved" by the bankruptcy court's order extending the litigation bar date, and thus could not appeal such order.
Judge(s): 
Wilson, Pryor, and Rosenbaum
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Minnesota Housing Finance Agency v. Schmidt (In re Schmidt)

Citation: 
Minnesota Housing Finance Agency v. Schmidt (In re Schmidt), No. 13-2447 (8th Cir. 2014)
Ruling: 
Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed U.S. District Court, which affirmed bankruptcy court's confirmation of Chapter 13 plan over objection of creditor. Issue was whether Chapter 13 debtor could lien strip third mortgage on residence where residence value was ...
Judge(s): 
Colloton, Shepherd, Kelly
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General Lending Corp. v. Cancio

Citation: 
General Lending Corp. v. Cancio, Case No. 14-10838 (11th Cir. Aug. 21, 2014) (unpublished) (per curiam).
Ruling: 
The Circuit Court found that GLC could have identified the eligibility issues as early as July 2010 but failed to closely inspect the Debtor's schedules, that the Debtors had maintained their plan payments for two years, and the Debtors would ...
Judge(s): 
Pryor, Martin and Edmondson
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EPR Marine Welding Construction Services, Inc. v. Naval Services of Puerto Rico, Inc.

Citation: 
EPR Marine Welding Construction Services, Inc. v. Naval Services of Puerto Rico, Inc., BAP No. PR 13-055 (1st Cir. B.A.P. July 31, 2014
Ruling: 
The Bankruptcy Appellate Panel for the First Circuit (the “B.A.P.”) reversed the Bankruptcy Court’s dismissal of the Chapter 11 case of debtor, EPR Marine Welding Construction Services, Inc. (“EPR”) and remanded the matter back to the Bankruptcy Court. The Bankruptcy ...
Judge(s): 
Hillman, Hoffman, Finkle
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In re Cain

Citation: 
14 FED App.0005P (6th Cir.) (BAP)
Ruling: 
A Chapter 13 debtor who is ineligible for a discharge due to a prior Chapter 7 discharge, may strip a wholly unsecured junior lien on real property through the Chapter 13 plan.
Judge(s): 
Judges Harrison, Humphrey, Preston. Opinion by J. Harrison.
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Viegelahn v. Harris, III (In the Matter of Harris, III)

Citation: 
Case No. 13-50374 (5th Cir. July 7, 2014)
Ruling: 
REVERSED district court's holding that payments in possession of Chapter 13 trustee at time of case conversion from Chapter 13 to Chapter 7 be returned to debtor and remanded case back to district court. Acknowledging the split in the courts ...
Judge(s): 
Benavides, Clement and Graves, Circuit Judges.
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National Heritage Foundation, Inc. v. Highbourne Foundation

Citation: 
No. 13-1608 (4th Cir. June 27, 2014)
Ruling: 
The Circuit Court affirmed the bankruptcy court's ruling that the non-debtor release provision in the debtor's Chapter 11 reorganization plan was unenforceable.
Judge(s): 
Circuit Court, Diaz (author), Wilkinson and Agee
Bankr. E.D.V.A., Trenga
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In re Costal Broadcasting Systems, Inc

Citation: 
Slip Op., Docket No. 13-3354 (3rd Cir., June 23, 2014)
Ruling: 
Third Circuit affirmed district court and bankruptcy court on decisions confirming plan of reorganization.
Judge(s): 
Ambro, Greenberg and Barry
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Ice House America, LLC v. Charles Cardin

Citation: 
2014 U.S. App. LEXIS 8882, 2014 FED App. 0099P (6th Cir.), 6th Circuit Appellate Case No. 13-5764, on appeal from the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee at Case No. 2:12-cv-00463
Ruling: 
The United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit held that the “absolute-priority rule” applies to individual Chapter 11 debtors; therefore, objecting impaired unsecured creditors must be paid in full before an individual debtor can retain any pre-petition property ...
Judge(s): 
Richard Fred Suhrheinrich
Eugene Edward Siler, Jr.
Raymond Kethledge
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Bullard v. Hyde Park Savings Bank (In re Bullard)

Citation: 
U.S.C.A., 1st Cir., No. 13-9009
Ruling: 
An intermediate appellate court's affirmance of a bankruptcy court's denial of confirmation of a reorganization plan is not a final order appealable under § 158(d)(1) so long as the debtor remains free to propose an amended plan.
Judge(s): 
Thompson, Stahl and Kayatta
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