Income is included in calculating CMI, even if it’s not ‘stable and regular.’
Courts are split on two issues regarding the antimodification provisions in Sections 1123(b)(5) and 1322(b)(2).
Converting to chapter 13 to prevent the sale of a home in chapter 7 is not bad faith.
Delaying confirmation wasn’t grounds to abstain.
Chapter 11 committees achieve standing more readily than chapter 13 debtors.
Massachusetts judge explores the circuit split on barring creditors’ direct claims against non-bankrupt third parties.
Caulkett did not bar chapter 13 lien stripping, Massachusetts judge holds.
Requiring prompt filing of a foreclosure deed is not absurd, Massachusetts judge says.
District judge hopes novel theories of equity will permit forced vesting.
Trustee evaded a release by suing on an actual creditor’s claim under Section 544(b).