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Tag Archives: Judge Kevin R. Huennekens

Oversecured creditor awarded reasonable attorneys’ fees (access required)

Where attorneys’ fees incurred by the oversecured creditor were reasonable and necessary to protect its interest in the bankruptcy cases, and the debtors agreed the rates were reasonable, the creditor was entitled to recover its fees under section 506(b) of ...

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Substitute trustee’s foreclosure sale violated automatic stay (access required)

Where the substitute trustee’s sale of real property failed to comply with provisions required by the deeds of trust, the foreclosure sale was invalid, so that, when the substitute trustee recorded the deed, she violated the automatic stay. The amount ...

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Suit ‘related to’ bankruptcy is transferred (access required)

A claim that two of the debtor’s officers fraudulently induced a contract was “related to” the bankruptcy litigation because the officers might be able to claim indemnification from the debtor, thereby altering its liabilities. Because a majority of the relevant ...

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