When do the facts justify a long bar to refiling over the 180-day period in § 109(g)? Sometimes it is Justice Stewart’s infamous words from Jacobellis v. Ohio, 378 U.S. 187 (1964)–“I know it when I see it.” Even so, a Trustee must provide evidence and authority to the Court for a long prejudice period.
In In re Parson 2021 WL 4483124 (September 20, 2021), Chapter 13 Standing Trustee Thomas D. Powers, Northern District of Texas (Dallas Division) did just that. Judge Michelle V. Larson’s opinion provides a . . .
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