- 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
3217 in the system
1 Being Processed