Quick Confirmation – BAP Says Not So Fast

Sahni v. Tajima (In re Tajima)

2022 WL 3354006 (9th Cir. BAP Aug 15, 2022)(unpublished) S.Klein J

ISSUE

Did the Bankruptcy Court err when confirming Chapter 13 plan?

RULING

Yes.

FACTS

This case involves the tension of litigation in bankruptcy causing delay, and the need to get a Chapter 13 plan confirmed quickly. Here, there was a dispute between debtors and one of their Chapter 13 bankruptcy creditors, a hard-money lender with . . .

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Bankruptcy Attorney in Los Angeles, CA

Hale Andrew Antico is honored to be chosen to serve his third term as President of cdcbaa, the largest association of Los Angeles bankruptcy attorneys dedicated to representing consumer debtors. Prior to that, he served as President of the Southern California Bankruptcy Inn of Court. He has been representing debtors filing Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases in the greater Los Angeles area for twenty years.

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