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Tag Archives: U.S. Bankruptcy Court

Bankruptcy attorneys could lose e-filing privileges (access required)

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Bankruptcy lawyers who practice in the Eastern District of Virginia could lose their ability to e-file if they fail to register with the bar of the U.S. District Court. This decision follows new protocols by the Eastern District Bankruptcy Court ...

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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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Prejudgment interest reduced because of debtor’s delay (access required)

Where a construction company was entitled to recover prejudgment interest on invoices unpaid by its customer but delayed in submitting its first invoice and delayed again in pursuing collection, the interest ran from the date of the last invoice, not ...

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