Case Bites: Interesting Issues and Decisions from This Week’s Cases

Case Bites: Interesting Issues and Decisions from This Week’s Cases

Issues discussed in cases below:

  • Can a state agency argue that a debt is non-dischargeable under Section 523(a)(7) if it began criminal proceedings to collect the debt post-petition?(Bankr. N.D.AL.)
  • Does a chapter 7 debtor have standing to object to a claim? (Bankr. E.D.NY.)
  • Can debtor’s counsel be paid for work performed in a chapter 7 after the case is converted to a chapter 13 bankruptcy? (Bankr. E.D.MI.)
  • Can the Court appoint counsel to assist a pro se debtor who is facing contempt sanctions including incarceration? (Bankr. D.ME.)
  • Are a debtor’s alleged false verbal statements about his employment to a state unemployment agency enough to find the debt is non-dischargeable under 11 U.S.C. § 523(a)(2)(A)? (Bankr. D.CO.)
  • Can a chapter 7 discharge be revoked under Sections 727(a)(6)(A) or 727(d)(3) (refusal to obey an order) if the debtor is unable to comply with the order? (Bankr. W.D.OK.)
  • What is better evidence of real property value, a tax assessment or a broker price opinion? (Bankr. C.D.CA.)

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