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Case of 'manifest abuse' dismissed by bankruptcy judge

2022 BKRDBRF 0179By David J. Light, Esq.WESTLAW Bankruptcy Daily Briefing (Approx. 3 pages)

Case of 'manifest abuse' dismissed by bankruptcy judge

2022 BKRDBRF 0179By David J. Light, Esq.WESTLAW Bankruptcy Daily Briefing (Approx. 3 pages)

Case of 'manifest abuse' dismissed by bankruptcy judge

(May 2, 2022) - A Pennsylvania man with a net income of more than $7,000 per month cannot use Chapter 7 bankruptcy as a means of discharging a $50,000 business debt, a bankruptcy judge in Pittsburgh has ruled.
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