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In re Gill

A chapter 11 matter was before the court on (1) debtor's Verified Motion for Summary Judgment, and (2) the United States'Motion for Summary Judgment. Both motions related to a Motion for Order to Show Cause filed by debtor.
Ruling: 
IRS did not violate discharge injunction since taxes IRS sought to collect were not discharged or were nondischargeable obligations.
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In re Proud Mary Marina Corp.

Debtor, the operator of a mobile home park, and a proposed purchaser each presented a competing chapter 11 plan of reorganization. Debtor also moved for estimation of application for payment of the administrative expense claims of the proposed purchaser. The contestants disputed whether the plans satisfied the "good faith" requirement and the "feasibility" requirements set forth in 11 U.S.C. § 1129(a)(3) and (11).
Ruling: 
Purchaser of debtor's property's chapter 11 plan was confirmable while the debtor's plan was not confirmable since it failed good faith and feasibility requirements.
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