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In re Kevin Harris

Citation:
19-11286 (11th Circuit, Jul 14,2021) Published
Case Status:
Affirmed
Ruling:
A default judgment against a debtor, on a complaint that alleges alternative causes for liability, does not satisfy the requirements of § 523(a)(2)(A) under Florida law regarding collateral...
Judge(s):
JORDAN, MARCUS, and GINSBURG (United States Circuit Judge for the District of Columbia, sitting by designation)
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Jeanette Wellers v. Peters

Citation:
BAP No. 20-040 (10th Circuit, Jul 13,2021) Not Published
Case Status:
Affirmed
Ruling:
BAP for 10th Cir. affirmed bankruptcy court (D. Colo.) order approving settlement between Chapter 7 trustee and creditor regarding allocation of proceeds following sale of Chapter 7 debtor's home....
Judge(s):
Cornish, Michael, Hall
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Offcl Comm v. Walker Cty Hospital Corp.

Citation:
Case: 20-20572 (5th Circuit, Jul 12,2021) Published
Case Status:
Affirmed
Ruling:
A creditor disputes last-minute modifications to the terms of a bankruptcy sale. The Court ruled that § 363(m) forecloses the creditor’s appeal because it failed to seek the required stay of the...
Judge(s):
Jolly, Duncan, and Oldham, Circuit Judges
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Twiford Enterprises, Inc. v. Rolling Hills Bank and Trust

Citation:
20-8048 (10th Circuit, Jul 09,2021) Not Published
Case Status:
Affirmed
Ruling:
In order to succeed on a claim of economic duress under Iowa law, a borrower must (1) prove that the duress resulted from the lender's wrongful and oppressive conduct and not by the borrower's...
Judge(s):
MATHESON, BACHARACH, and CARSON
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