§ 362(g)

Brice, In re

Ruling: 
Relief from stay granted as trustee met its burden of demonstrating that debtors lacked equityin their property and debtors offered no evidence that their proposed Chapter 13 plan could beconfirmed. (Bankr. D. Nev.)
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Consumer case opionion summary, case decided on March 26,2020, LexisNexis #0620-007

Tillman, In re

Ruling: 
Creditor's motion to modify stay granted as the parties agreed on the debt and value of collateral and debtors stated intention to surrender the property. (Bankr. D. Mont.)
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Consumer case opionion summary, case decided on November 09,2017, LexisNexis #1217-034

In re Marques

Ruling: 
Relief from stay to foreclose granted due to lack of equity, lack of adequate protection anddebtor’s bad faith. (Bankr. C.D. Cal.)
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Consumer case opionion summary, case decided on April 06,2016, LexisNexis #1116-040

In re Delco Oil Inc.

Debtor entered into a revolving credit and security agreement with creditor. The debtor pledged as collateral its collections, cash payments, and inventory. The agreement required the debtor to maintain its bank accounts with a specific bank. However, the debtor opened two secret bank accounts. The creditor moved for relief from stay to gain possession of the secret accounts. Chapter 7 trustee and others filed objections (objecting parties).
Ruling: 
Creditor entitled to relief from stay to pursue prepetition deposits in debtor's covert bank accounts.
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Cedar Funding Inc. v. Bach (In re Bach)

In a chapter 11 proceeding, movant creditor, a holder of a second consensual lien on certain commercial property, moved for relief from the automatic stay under 11 U.S.C. § 362(d). Debtor had filed no plan of reorganization. Debtor and her husband, who had filed his own separate chapter 11 proceeding, submitted a proposal for purchase of the property. The proposal was inadequate to pay debtor's unsecured creditors.
Ruling: 
Relief from stay granted where debtor had no chance of filing feasible plan within reasonable time.
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