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Chief Judge Scott W. Dales

Contempt;; turnover; arreat warrants

Chapter 13 plan confirmation; feasibility

11 USC 349; 11 USC 1326; distribution of post-confirmation payments upon dismissal

attorney fees; 11 USC 330(a)(3); 11 USC 330(a)(4)

Judge John T. Gregg

Opinion Regarding Motion to Set Aside Dismissal Order

Opinion Regarding Final Fee Application

United States Bankruptcy Court For The Western District Of Michigan In re: Richard G. Lacasse, Case No. Afterwards, this Court discovered that LaCasse had decided to appeal the Michigan Court of Appeals decision to the Michigan Supreme Court. Once this determination is made, the State Court shall advise the Bankruptcy Court so that the Bankruptcy Court can enter the appropriate order.

Opinion In June of 1989, Ronald E. Reblin (Reblin or Debtor) and Bernard Schueren formed a partnership known as Rapid River Estates. On October 3, 1997, the Trustee filed an adversary proceeding against Sure Financial alleging unlawful transfers by Reblin under the Michigan Uniform Partnership Act, the Michigan Uniform Fraudulent Conveyances Act, 11 U.S.C. 544 and 11 U.S.C. 549. The Court grants the Trustee s Cross Motion for Summary Judgment as to Counts I and Iv and in so doing also ...

This figure included a $15,001.00 secured claim, a $37,707.42 priority claim and a $16.00 unsecured claim. 2 On May 29, 1998, the Chapter 13 Trustee filed a Motion and Order to Allow Claims which specifically listed the late filed claim of the Irs. The Irs contends that its claim, although filed late should be allowed under the Order to Allow Claims filed by the Trustee.

Not For Publication United States Bankruptcy Court For The Western District Of Michigan In re: Barbara J. McGhee, Case No. Even though McGhee noticed that Vicky s name and credit information did not appear anywhere on the credit application and realized that the car dealership would be looking exclusively to her for payment, McGhee voluntarily signed both the credit application and the promissory note. Dated: April 25, 2000 Honorable Jo Ann C. Stevenson United States Bankruptcy Judge 9 ...

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