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In re Anderson

An owner of real property through a foreclosure sale obtained a writ of possession of the property, which was occupied by a bankruptcy debtor, after the debtor filed her bankruptcy petition, and the owner sought to evict the debtor. Pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 362(d)(1), the owner moved to annul the automatic bankruptcy stay to allow the eviction.
Ruling: 
Owner's motion to annual bankruptcy stay was granted to allow eviction to proceed.
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In re Hairston

Movant debtor filed an application for waiver of the chapter 7 filing fee pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1930(f)(1).
Ruling: 
Debtor's application for waiver of the chapter 7 filing fee was denied since the debtor's filings suggested that the debtor had the resources to pay the filing fee in installments if not in full.
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In re Ross-Tucker

A chapter 7 trustee obtained a judgment ordering the debtor to pay the trustee an amount representing proceeds of a lawsuit settlement that the debtor failed to disclose. The trustee then filed motions to hold the debtor in contempt and to surcharge the debtor's exempt property (the debtor's home) based on the debtor's failure to comply with the judgment.
Ruling: 
A surcharge against exempt property was allowed where a debtor failed to disclose and spent case settlement proceeds.
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