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In re Nwonwu

Debtor filed a voluntary petition for adjustment of her debts under chapter 13. After a modified repayment plan was confirmed, creditor homeowners association filed a motion to allow a late-filed secured claim.
Ruling: 
Claims bar date could not be extended but late claim of homeowners' association could be paid absent objection.
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In re U.S. Airways Inc.

Before the court in a chapter 11 matter was the objection of a creditor to movant reorganized debtors'request for an order disallowing late-filed claims, including two that the claimant filed in the total amount of approximately $9.7 million.
Ruling: 
Court did not allow a creditor's late-filed claims since adequate notice was provided by publication in the paper and the late filing was not due to excusable neglect.
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In re US Airways Inc.

Debtor airline filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The court established a claims bar date for creditors other than governmental units. After the claims bar date passed, movant former employee and wife sought leave to file a late proof of claim. The bankruptcy court held a hearing on the motion.
Ruling: 
Debtor's former employee was denied a motion to file a late proof of claim since sufficient notice was provided and no excusable neglect was established.
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