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Hugger v. Warfield (In re Hugger)

Case Type:
Consumer
Case Status:
Affirmed
Citation:
BAP No. AZ-18-1003-LBTa (9th Circuit, Apr 05,2019) Not Published
Tag(s):
Ruling:
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.
Facts:
Debtor had three nonpriority unsecured debts. They were owed to the Internal Revenue Service, Arizona Department of Revenue, and Enhance Recovery Co.
Judge(s):
Lafferty, Brand, Taylor

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