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Bankruptcy Court for the District of Virgin Islands Court Cases
On April 11, 1980, Citibank, a secured creditor holding a $106,000 mortgage lien on Debtor's property, filed a complaint starting an Adversary Proceeding to lift the automatic stay made operative by Section 362 of the Bankruptcy Reform Act (11 U.S.C. § 362).
Court: Bankruptcy Court for the District of Virgin Islands Docket: Bankruptcy No. B-80-00012
Douglas P. Bartner, Gloria Lai Huang, Lynette C. Kelly, Scott C. Shelley, Shearman & Sterling, LLP, New York, NY, Micheala Christine Crocker, Vinson & Elkins, L.L.P., Dallas, TX, for Debtor.
Court: Bankruptcy Court for the District of Virgin Islands Docket: 06-30008, 06-30009
On October 23, 1979, Bamerical Mortgage & Finance Company, Inc., a lending corporation doing business in Puerto Rico, filed an application for relief from the automatic stay imposed by the Bankruptcy Code (11 U.S.C. § 362), which prevents it from enforcing a lien against the yacht Solo.
Court: Bankruptcy Court for the District of Virgin Islands Docket: Bankruptcy No. B-79-00007
This case arises out of an Order dismissing an involuntary petition, filed by defendants John I. Quimby, Jack K. Clifford, and L.J. O'Connor, seeking an order for relief under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Act. The alleged debtor is Nautilus Virgin Charters, Inc. Quimby, Clifford, and O'Connor (hereafter referred to as Petitioners) move under both Bankruptcy Rule 923 and 924 for a reconsideration of that order. The sole basis for the motion is that "the learned judge had made a mistake." The [...]
Court: Bankruptcy Court for the District of Virgin Islands Docket: Bankruptcy Nos. 381-00017, 381-0004
In Re St. Croix Hotel Corp. (1982)Styling its motion as a request for an order approving rejection by it of a collective bargaining agreement with Local 610 of the Hotel and Restaurant Employees and Bartenders Union (hereinafter the "Union"), debtor, St. Croix Hotel Corporation is before the Court, relying for surcease of its woes, largely anticipated at this juncture, on the provisions of 11 U.S.C. § 365. A hearing was held on said motion on February 12, 1982, and testimony and argument was heard from both the debtor and the [...]
Court: Bankruptcy Court for the District of Virgin Islands Docket: Bankruptcy No. B-81-00003