Raybould v. Markel (In re Raybould)

Case Type:
Consumer
Case Status:
Affirmed
Citation:
Nos. OR-17-1326-SLB, OR-17-1327-SLB (9th Circuit, Mar 26,2019) Not Published
Tag(s):
Ruling:
Bankruptcy case was properly dismissed because debtor failed to obtain credit counseling, to timely make plan payments, and to file required tax returns.
Procedural context:
Chase sought judicial foreclosure of its lien on debtor's property. Chase won summary judgment at the state court. On the same day as the order granting summary judgment, debtor filed a voluntary chapter 13 petition. Bankruptcy court dismissed debtor's case and his adversary proceeding.
Facts:
Debtor refinanced property. Debtor later defaulted on his loan payments.
Judge(s):
Spraker, Lafferty, Brand

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