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  UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
This matter is before the Court on the motion of Betty Sue McKay ("McKay") filed herein on June 1, 1992 to annul the stay of Bankruptcy Code §362 and deem the injunction of Bankruptcy Code §524 inapplicable.
In the District Court proceeding, debtor moved to dismiss the complaint pursuant to the discharge in the bankruptcy proceeding.
Bankruptcy Code §523(3) is unequivocal that a determination of non-dischargeability for claims under §523(a)(2), (4), or (6) must be made by the Bankruptcy Court.
www.kyeb.uscourts.gov /opin/howopin/JHutson90-60243.opi.html   (981 words)

N.D. Ind. 1994) (the bankruptcy court took judicial notice of a file from the district court because the bankruptcy court is a unit of the district court).
Third, this judge believes the bankruptcy court has a duty to dismiss abusive or manipulative cases and it is proper for the court to act, when extreme circumstances exist, on its own initiative.
The court determines the proper disposition of this involuntary bankruptcy petition is to dismiss the case with prejudice.
www.michbar.org /opinions/district/2002/052402/15294.html   (1636 words)

 :: United States Bankruptcy Court - Eastern District of Michigan :: MIEB ::
:: United States Bankruptcy Court - Eastern District of Michigan :: MIEB ::
State of the Court Address by the Honorable Steven Rhodes, Chief Bankruptcy Judge for the Eastern District of Michigan.
United States Bankruptcy Court - Eastern District of Michigan
www.mieb.uscourts.gov   (198 words)

The motion alleged that Rittenhouse's representation of the Debtor was improper, because Rittenhouse was not admitted to the State Bar of Michigan and was not authorized to practice law in the state.
In 1994, however, Rittenhouse was authorized to appear before the United States District Court and the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Michigan.
It is clear that "a federal court [lacks] the power to render advisory opinions" because the "exercise of judicial power under Article III of the Constitution depends on the existence of a case or controversy." United States Nat'l Bank of Oregon v.
www.michbar.org /opinions/district/2001/100901/12776.html   (2651 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The United States Trustee and any panel trustee appointed in a case are deemed to have no objection to any original request for extension of time within which to file schedules or related documents if that request seeks an extension of no more than 30 days after the date the petition is filed.
Unless the United States Trustee, the trustee, or another entity seeks to intervene or be substituted for the plaintiff in the proceeding or objects to the dismissal within 20 days following service of the motion, the Court may grant the motion, upon such terms and conditions as it deems proper, without further notice or hearing.
Subject to such other terms and conditions as the Court may impose, the mediator shall be compensated at his or her customary per diem or hourly rate for matters of comparable complexity, with such compensation and reasonable costs to be borne equally by the parties to the controversy unless otherwise agreed by the parties.
www.insb.uscourts.gov /Docs/locrules.htm   (5551 words)

 United States Bankruptcy Court
NOTICE: If you have requested to be added to this court's Attorney Email database and you have not received any recent communications from this court, it may be due to your host provider's blocking policy.
SPECIAL NOTICE: As the Court transitions to the electronic filing process, special notices and attorney advisories will be communicated primarily by email.
To avoid missing such notices, please provide the court with an email address so that we may include you in any mass email communications from the court.
www.gamb.uscourts.gov   (381 words)

 United States Federal Courts - Southern District of West Virginia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
A total of 3,756 new bankruptcy petitions were filed in the Southern District of West Virginia from October 1 through October 16, 2005, the period immediately preceding the effective date of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protective Act (BAPCPA) on October 17, 2005.
A special update to the CM/ECF software, Version 2.7, has been released to the court to assist the courts’ compliance with the means test, new noticing and other provisions of the 2005 Bankruptcy Act.
When we make this migration, it will be necessary for the court to shut down the ECF system for approximately four hours.
www.wvsd.uscourts.gov   (231 words)

The bankruptcy court noted that much of the Debtor's argument regarding whether the trustee could successfully pursue the action came by way of veiled threats' that the Debtor and her attorneys would not participate in he case.
The moving of documentation from state to state, the outright refusal to produce court ordered evidence in the case, which surfaced and was exhibited in the ancillary case (Key vs. Pepperell, et al) made this task much more difficult and costly.
Although the court may ultimately conclude that their belief is correct, this conclusion should be based on facts and law, not simply a leap of faith...
www.greatmaine.com /justicewhen/defense.html   (9952 words)

 UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Court allowing advertising in Disclosure Statement as well as Plan Proponents advertising in public form and private communications to voting parties that this plan is 20% more than the Revised Settlement Program (RSP) in every area of compensation, when this is false.
The Court disallowed scientific evidence to be raised by Objectors, and yet continuing to allow the Plan Proponents to diminish the value of claims in the courtroom and in their briefs because they speculate that the
Failure by the Court and all parties, except for the my pleas to the Court, to anticipate the high volume of future claimants and also the influx of 170,000 new personal injury claimants who have entered the Plan under Rule 3005 (when only approximately 2,300-2,700 were expected and planned in the budget).
www.homestead.com /siliconecity/files/DC_AppealStmtIssues.htm   (1260 words)

 United States Bankruptcy Courts
Bankruptcy cases cannot be filed in state court.
The primary purposes of the law of bankruptcy are:
This page is maintained by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts on behalf of the U.S. Courts.
www.uscourts.gov /bankruptcycourts.html   (130 words)

 U.S. Bankruptcy Court - Eastern District of Louisiana
The Clerk’s Office of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana will reopen its New Orleans Office on Monday, November 14, 2005.
United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana
The court’s website, http://www.laeb.uscourts.gov/, will continue to be the primary means of communicating with the bar and the public.
www.laeb.uscourts.gov   (408 words)

 UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT - District of South Dakota - Home Page
However, anyone who registers with the PACER Service Center will be able to read, download, store, and print any document filed with the Court, unless it has been sealed or is otherwise restricted by Court order.
On December 1, 2003, the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure were amended to implement the new privacy policy of the Judicial Conference of the United States.
The United States Bankruptcy Court of the District of South Dakota exists to fulfill Article I, Section 8, Clause 4 of the United States Constitution and Title 11 of the United States Code.
www.sdb.uscourts.gov   (176 words)

 USBC Eastern District of California  (ASP)
Please note, the court will be closed on October 10th, in observance of Columbus Day.
On Sunday, October 9, 2005 between the hours of 7pm and midnight, we will be performing various server maintenance tasks and preparing for the October 17 implementation of the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 2005.
In addition, the court's e-Filing system is back on line for all filing transactions.
www.caeb.uscourts.gov   (216 words)

 United States Bankruptcy Court, E.D.N.Y
Without the mailing matrix, the court is incapable of issuing the required Notice of Meeting of Creditors.
The matrix should be directed, on disk in.txt format, to the office (Brooklyn or Central Islip) in which the case is being administered.
United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of New York
www.nyeb.uscourts.gov   (571 words)

 United States Bankruptcy Court Middle District of Florida - Official Web Site
Due to the increase in case filings prior to 10/17/2005, the Clerk's Office is experiencing delays in the processing of documents.
The United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida is one of the busiest bankruptcy courts in the nation.
Currently, there are nine bankruptcy judges in the Middle District with five sitting in Tampa (Chief Judge Glenn, Judge Paskay, Judge Williamson, Judge May and Judge McEwen), two in Orlando (Judge Briskman and Judge Jennemann), and two in Jacksonville (Judge Funk and Judge Proctor).
www.flmb.uscourts.gov   (166 words)

 United States Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Kentucky
United States Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Kentucky
The Court will be unable to accept credit card payments on November 5, 2005 from 2:00 A.M. to 7:00 A.M. System maintenance will be conducted during this time period by Pay.gov staff.
NOTICE: A $0.08 per page user fee is charged for access to court data retrieved through the ECF/Pacer system.
www.kywb.uscourts.gov   (103 words)

 United States Bankruptcy Court
However, substantive documents tendered for filing in the official records of the Court must be submitted in writing in accordance with the established rules of procedure.
District Court authorizes bankruptcy appellate panel pursuant to 28 U.S.C.§ 158(b)(6).
Developed and maintained by the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado.
www.cob.uscourts.gov /bankcon.htm   (1108 words)

 United States Bankruptcy Court Eastern District of Pennsylvania > Home
The Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania welcomes you to its website.
This site gives you information about our court's procedures and local rules, allows you to view published opinions and 341 meeting schedules, and provides downloadable forms.
United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
www.paeb.uscourts.gov   (364 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF Chief United States District Judge William J. Zloch has directed that the United States District Court and United States Bankruptcy Court operations in all divisions will be closed until Monday, October 31, 2005 due to district-wide damage caused by Hurricane Wilma.
These closures affect the Bankruptcy Court’s operations in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach which will be closed to the public.
The public is encouraged to visit the court web site www.flsb.uscourts.gov for further updates or call the court’s information line at 305 714-1800 (Miami) or 954-769-5700 (Broward) OR 561-514-4100 (West Palm Beach).
www.flsb.uscourts.gov   (158 words)

The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 (Pub.L.No.109-8) took effect on Monday, October 17, 2005.
Interim bankruptcy rules and new official forms were recently approved and are available at www.uscourts.gov under Federal Rulemaking,
Information on the median income and the local and national IRS expense standards are available at www.usdoj.gov/ust under "Means Testing" or by clicking this link.
www.mab.uscourts.gov   (142 words)

 United States Bankruptcy Court - District of Utah
United States Bankruptcy Court - District of Utah
Bankruptcy Appellate Panel offers images of BAP opinions as well as BAP notices and a link to the Bankruptcy Appellate Panel of the 10th Circuit.
CM/ECF case information system (PACER account is required), which includes detailed information for bankruptcy and adversary cases and images of documents in cases.
www.utb.uscourts.gov   (348 words)

 United States Bankruptcy Court WDNC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
All matters relating to estate administration and the supervision of trustees and other court appointed fiduciaries are the official responsibility of the office of the Bankruptcy Administrator - an independent, non-judicial officer of the Federal Judiciary.
The Bankruptcy Administrator is not an employee of the Bankruptcy Court itself, but, rather, is appointed by and under supervision of the Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.
The Bankruptcy Administrator performs essentially the same functions and the U.S. Trustee does in other states.
www.ncwb.uscourts.gov /courtdir.html   (99 words)

 United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Georgia
United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Georgia
We are providing this service as a way to enhance communication and to facilitate our transition to web-based technology such as Electronic Case Filing.
We are excited about this step into the future and pledge to make it a productive part of your relationship with the Bankruptcy Court.
www.gasb.uscourts.gov /usbc/usbc.html   (177 words)

 Bankruptcy Court   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
To provide assistance to the honest but unfortunate debtors of the Western District of Tennessee in obtaining a fresh financial start and to promote equality of treatment among creditors similarly situated pursuant to the Bankruptcy Code and Rules.
To be a collegial court, committed to excellence, providing just, speedy, and inexpensive resolution of cases while promoting public confidence in the judicial system, rendering high quality constituent services and fostering professionalism among judges, staff and users.
© United States Bankruptcy Court, Western District of TN 1999
www.tnwb.uscourts.gov   (189 words)

 Western District of Louisiana Bankruptcy
All suggestions for additions and modifications for this site are welcome and should be directed to the Western District of Louisiana Bankruptcy, Automation Department at (318) 676-4267.
This is a Federal interest computer pursuant to Title 18, United States Code, Section 1030 and as such it is a Federal crime to alter, tamper, damage or destroy any computer or information contained therein.
The United States Secret Service and the Federal Bureau of Investigations has investigative jurisdiction regarding such Federal crimes.
www.lawb.uscourts.gov   (120 words)

 District of Arizona Bankruptcy Court   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
09:20:27 AM Our Mission: As dedicated professionals, the Arizona Bankruptcy Court is committed to provide a neutral forum to all who seek protection or require resolution of disputes, to deliver fair and efficient adjudication and provide the greatest level of public service, access and information
The Bankruptcy Court for the District of Arizona welcomes you to its website.
cases filed June 1, 2005, in which a bankruptcy petition preparer has prepared the bankruptcy filing, the preparer is required to electronically file certain documents they prepare and are required to provide a certain written notice to the debtors.
www.azb.uscourts.gov   (548 words)

 U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Western District of New York - Welcome
It is the mission of this Court to provide quality services supporting the administration of the bankruptcy system for the benefit of the public, the legal community, and the court.
A debtor’s ability to pay may be considered as one factor, but not the sole factor in the Court’s analysis.
Summary Judgment granted in part where state court judgment of divorce and findings of facts were given collateral estoppel effect in 523(a)(2)(A) cause of action.
www.nywb.uscourts.gov   (364 words)

 Welcome To The Home Page Of The US Bankruptcy Court For The District Of New Jersey www.njb.uscourts.gov
Welcome To The Home Page Of The US Bankruptcy Court For The District Of New Jersey www.njb.uscourts.gov
The new law contains many changes that affect all parties to a bankruptcy case.
This e-mail address should only be used to communicate with the Court technical issues related to this website.
www.njb.uscourts.gov   (132 words)

 Welcome to the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Columbia
Welcome to the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Columbia
This website was named one of the Top 10 Court Websites of 2003 by Justice Served.
Thank you for visiting the web site of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Columbia.
www.dcb.uscourts.gov   (143 words)

 United States Bankruptcy Court
Note: To view these files, you must have Adobe Acrobat 3.0 or higher installed on your machine.
The information on this website is for reference only and should not be construed as part of the official bankruptcy court record.
All information is subject to change by the court without notice.
www.ilcb.uscourts.gov   (50 words)

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