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Contractor’s Fraud Debt Not Dischargeable (access required)

The 4th Circuit affirms a judgment upholding the bankruptcy court’s decision that debtor cannot discharge a debt obtained by fraud from a home building company for which debtor’s contracting firm performed site work, for which debtor failed to channel payments to subcontractors and suppliers for work. In February 2009, SG Homes sued Chesapeake Site Contracting Inc. ...

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