Monge v. Rojas (In the Matter of Monge)

Monge v. Rojas (In the Matter of Monge), No. 15-50180, (5th Cir. June 14, 2016)
The district court did not err by overruling unopposed objections to the bankruptcy court's proposed findings of fact and conclusion of law; the district court properly considered the merits of the objections and rejected them.
Procedural context:
Debtors appealed district court's adoption of bankruptcy court's proposed findings of fact and conclusions of law over the Debtors' objections.
Debtors filed an adversary proceeding against two individuals who were both sellers and lessees of real estate purchased by the Debtors, and who were would-be business partners with the Debtors on a failed subdivision venture. Debtors sought damages against Defendants for alleged willful stay violations, fraud, breach of good faith and fair dealing, and other claims.
Smith, Barksdale, Costa

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