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Hugger v. Warfield (In re Hugger)

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BAP No. AZ-18-1003-LBTa (9th Circuit, Apr 05,2019) Not Published
Debtor failed to show grounds for vacating his chapter 7 discharge so that he could file again to discharge certain tax debts.
Procedural context:
Debtor filed a chapter 7 bankruptcy case. Debtor received his discharge a few months later. A few months after the discharge, debtor filed a motion to vacate the discharge and dismiss the case. Debtor filed the motion because he had mistakenly filed his chapter 7 case too early for certain tax debts to be discharged. Bankruptcy court denied the motion.
Debtor had three nonpriority unsecured debts. They were owed to the Internal Revenue Service, Arizona Department of Revenue, and Enhance Recovery Co.
Lafferty, Brand, Taylor

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