Another court strains to explain why costs incurred by disciplinary authorities were not in compensation for “actual pecuniary loss.”
Deferred payments to unsecured creditors in a chapter 13 plan must equal the present value of the distributions required by the best interests test, Judge Halfenger says.
To sell free and clear, someone with an interest in the property must receive the notice required for service of a summons and complaint. Actual notice doesn’t suffice.
The lender’s consent to direct payments by the family farmer persuaded Judge Furay to overrule the chapter 12 trustee’s objection to the plan.
A PPP ‘loan’ under the Cares Act isn’t a ‘grant,’ thus the government isn’t barred from discriminating against a bankrupt under Section 525(a).
Judge Furay interprets ‘disbursements’ not to include the daily sweep of a collection account in a revolving credit.
Student loan debtor ineligible for chapter 7 may pursue chapter 13 even with too much unsecured debt, Judge Catherine J. Furay says.
Constructive notice deprived a purchaser of ‘bona fide’ status.
Congress must address unfairness to veterans, Judge Susan Kelley says.
Debtor kicked into longer plan as a consequence of employer’s expense reimbursements.