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Landlord can’t prevent assignment of commercial lease (access required)

The commercial property landlord failed to persuade the bankruptcy court that assigning the debtor’s lease to a new tenant was prohibited by the Bankruptcy Code, provisions in the debtor’s lease or provisions in other tenant’s leases. Background Before the court ...

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Case dismissed for repeated failure to file feasible plan (access required)

A debtor who failed on four separate occasions to file a feasible plan will not get a fifth opportunity. Instead, the court held the debtor’s repeated failures, which were based upon unreliable and inaccurate financial projections, were unlikely to be ...

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Ex-wife can’t avoid payment of part of joint debts (access required)

The debtor’s agreement, as part of a divorce proceeding, to pay one-half of certain joint debts incurred with her former husband meant those debts were not dischargeable under Bankruptcy Code § 523(a)(15). Background Plaintiff is the former husband of defendant, ...

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Debtor’s plan dismissed as it was not feasible (access required)

A debtor who filed multiple petitions – allegedly as part of a scheme to delay, hinder or defraud his bank’s attempts to foreclose on real property – had his case dismissed because, despite prior warning, he failed to adequately demonstrate ...

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