- Villalon v. Burchard (In re Villalon), Case No. 14-1414 (9th Cir. B.A.P. May 22, 2015) (unpublished).
- The bankruptcy court did not abuse its discretion in dismissing Debtor's chapter 13 case, as Debtor imposed prejudicial, unreasonable delay on a creditor and failed to make timely payments.
- Procedural context:
- AFFIRMS the bankruptcy court's dismissal of Debtor's case.
- Debtor, after her case had been ongoing for 16 months, failed to make a timely payment of an amount significantly less than that due under the terms a the amended plan that had been filed approximately a month prior. Furthermore, Debtor had failed to make timely payments throughout the pendency of the case.
- Kirscher, Taylor, and Dunn.
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