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Court has jurisdiction to enforce own orders (access required)

Where the bankruptcy court previously dismissed an adversarial complaint filed by the debtors against their bank as “baseless,” the court’s jurisdiction to interpret and enforce its own orders included resolving a second adversarial complaint filed by the same debtors against ...

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Debtor’s credible testimony confirms she is ‘family farmer’ (access required)

Where the debtor credibly testified she was involved on a farm for many years, she satisfies the statutory definition of “family farmer.” Background The court must determine whether the debtor, Mary Ellen Rosenberger, qualifies as a Chapter 12 debtor under ...

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Trustee can recover prepetition property from debtor (access required)

Where the debtor transferred earnings from services he performed pre-petition to a new entity he created after seeking bankruptcy protection, those monies are not “earnings from services performed by an individual debtor after the commencement of the case.” As such, ...

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