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Another Court Holds that PACA Trusts Do Not Give Rise to Nondischargeable Debts

Violating a PACA trust does not result in ‘defalcation while acting in a fiduciary capacity’ that makes a debt nondischargeable, Bankruptcy Judge Panos says, taking sides with the Eleventh Circuit.

Fifth and Fourth Circuits Hold that Debts in Sub V Can Be Nondischargeable

Differing with eight lower courts, the Fifth Circuit sided with the Fourth Circuit by holding that debts of corporate debtors in Subchapter V can be nondischargeable in nonconsensual plans.
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For No Notice in an ‘Asset’ Case, the Entire Debt Is Not Discharged, the Ninth Circuit Says

The Ninth Circuit explains why the debt owing to a creditor without notice is discharged in a ‘no asset’ case but not in an ‘asset’ case.
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