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Violation of Discharge Is Now Difficult to Prove in the Ninth Circuit

An unreasonable but good faith, subjective belief that there is no injunction bars a finding of contempt in the Ninth Circuit.

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Case Details

Judge Name

Carlos T. Bea

Case Citation

Lorenzen v. Taggart (In re Taggart), 16-35402 (9th Cir. April 23, 2018)

Case Name

In re Taggart

Case Type

Consumer
Court