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In re Khabushani

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Loughran v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

Summarizing by Sarah Tomlinson

Starion Financial v. McCormick (In re McCormick)

Citation:
Starion Financial v. McCormick (In re McCormick), 8th Cir. B.A.P (No. 14-6008), December 24, 2014
Ruling:
The 8th Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Panel reversed the bankruptcy court’s order denying Starion Financial's Motion to Compel Payment of Fees Under the Confirmed Plan of Reorganization and...
Judge(s):
FEDERMAN, Chief Judge, SALADINO and SHODEEN, Bankruptcy Judges. Opinion authored by Judge Shodeen.
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Pineda Grantor Trust v. Dunlap Oil Co. (In re Dunlap Oil Co.)

Citation:
Pineda Grantor Trust v. Dunlap Oil Co. (In re Dunlap Oil Co.) 9th Cir. B.A.P, BAP No. AZ-14-1172-JuKiD, (December 5, 2014) [Not for Publication]
Ruling:
In an unpublished opinion, the 9th Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Panel affirmed the bankruptcy court’s order confirming the second amended joint plan (SAJP) filed by chapter 11 debtors, Dunlap Oil...
Judge(s):
JURY, KIRSCHER, and DUNN, Bankruptcy Judges.
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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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Wells Fargo Bank v. Scantling (In re Scantling)

Citation:
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. v. Scantling (In re Scantling), Case No. 13-10558 (11th Cir. June 18, 2014).
Ruling:
The Court found that the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 does not prohibit a debtor from stripping off a wholly unsecured junior mortgage in a Chapter 20 case.
Judge(s):
Tjoflat, Moore and Schlesinger
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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...
Judge(s):
Thompson, Stahl and Kayatta
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SW Boston Hotel Venture, LLC v. The Prudential Ins Co (Nos. 12-9008, 12-9009, 12-9011 and 12-9012)

Citation:
U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit ("First Circuit") Case Nos. 12-9008, 12-9009
Ruling:
First Circuit affirmed ruling of Bankruptcy Appellate Panel for the First Circuit (the "BAP") that appeals from orders of U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of Massachusetts (J. Feeney)("Bankruptcy...
Judge(s):
J. Lynch, J. Stahl, J. Howard
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Bankers' Bank of Kansas, NA v. Bluejay Properties, LLC (In re Bluejay Properties, LLC), Bankr. No. 12-22680 (10th Circ. Mar. 12, 2014)(unpublished)(Michael, Jacobvitz, and Marker, Judges).

Citation:
Bankers' Bank of Kansas, NA v. Bluejay Properties, LLC (In re Bluejay Properties, LLC), Bankr. No. 12-22680 (10th Circ. Mar. 12, 2014)(unpublished)(Michael, Jacobvitz, and Marker, Judges).
Ruling:
Appellate Panel of 10th Circuit holds that secured creditor is "adequately protected" under Section 363(e) when the value of property securing creditor's claim exceeds the creditor's claim by a...
Judge(s):
Judge Michael, Judge Jacobvitz, and Judge Marker
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Khan v. Regions Bank (In re Khan)

Citation:
File Name 13a0941n.06; Docket No. 12-6567
Ruling:
In an opinion not recommended for publication, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the ruling of the District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee finding the Chapter 7 debtor was...
Judge(s):
Rogers, Cook and Van Tatenhove, District Judge. Opinion by Van Tatenhove.
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In re Sentinel Management Group, Inc. (Appeal of Frederick J. Grede)

Citation:
10‐3787, 10‐3990 & 11‐1123
Ruling:
The 7th Circuit affirmed the District Court's denial of the illegal contract claim that had been filed by the Trustee but reversed the lower court's denial of fraudulent transfer and equitable...
Judge(s):
MANION, ROVNER, and TINDER
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