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3rd Circuit: Fraud charges don't require reopening bankruptcy after 5 years

38 No. 07 WJDEC 06By David J. Light, Esq.Westlaw Journal Delaware Corporate (Approx. 3 pages)

3rd Circuit: Fraud charges don't require reopening bankruptcy after 5 years

38 No. 07 WJDEC 06By David J. Light, Esq.Westlaw Journal Delaware Corporate (Approx. 3 pages)

38 No. 07 Westlaw Journal Delaware Corporate 06
July 20, 2023
Case Reopening
Westlaw Journal Delaware Corporate
By David J. Light, Esq.
Copyright © 2023 Thomson Reuters.

3rd Circuit: Fraud charges don't require reopening bankruptcy after 5 years

In re Delloso

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Allegations that the owner of a Delaware concrete business transferred its assets to a new company before filing for bankruptcy do not warrant reopening the bankruptcy more than five years after it was closed, a federal appeals court has ruled.
3rd Circuit Opinion:
Bankruptcy Court Opinion:
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