By The Honorable William Houston Brown (Retired)
Chapter 7 debtor lacked standing to appeal from order finding no standing to seek claim disallowance. The debtor did not demonstrate “person aggrieved” standing to appeal from the bankruptcy court’s order that she lacked standing to sue for disallowance of a claim. It was a no-asset case, and the debtor did not show financial interest in the claim’s allowance, since she did not show a surplus of assets that would allow distribution to her. Khan v. Regions Bank (In re Khan), ___ Fed.Appx . . .
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