Monthly Archives: March 2019

Tax Lien Foreclosures: Property Tax Collection Meets Fraudulent Transfers – Who Wins?

Hampton v. Ontario County, New York, 588 B.R. 671 (W.D. N.Y. 2018), 588 B.R. 671 (W.D. N.Y. 2018) – The debtors sought to set aside prepetition property tax foreclosures as constructively fraudulent transfers. The bankruptcy court granted the government’s motion … Continue reading

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Sales Free and Clear: The Devil Is in the Details

In re Bridge Assoc. of Soho, Inc., 589 B.R. 512 (Bankr. E.D. N.Y. 2018) – The debtor filed a motion to sell a residential loft building free and clear of possessory rights of the occupants. The bankruptcy court determined that the … Continue reading

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Construction Subcontractor Claims: Is a Subcontractor Merely a Creditor of a Creditor Without Standing?

In re Alliance Consulting Group LLC, 588 B.R. 169 (Bankr. S.D. Miss. 2018) – A subcontractor sought to reopen a bankruptcy case so that it could assert an administrative expense claim for work it did on a chapter 11 debtor’s facility. … Continue reading

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