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No Substitute Party for Debtor Company (access required)

Although movant claims to have purchased a note related to the Chapter 11 debtor’s debt to defendant, movant has not proved his ownership of the note under Connecticut law, and the Richmond U.S. District Court denies his motion to be substituted as defendant in debtor’s adversary proceeding objecting to the claim. Appellant Andrew Chien, describing himself ...

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