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Bankruptcy Court Litigation

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ANAND LAW litigates cases in bankruptcy court (“Adversary Proceedings”) on behalf of both debtors and creditors.  Representative cases include:


  • Successful adversary proceedings filed on behalf of debtors to remove junior mortgages
  • Favorable resolution achieved in defense of claims for non-dischargeability on basis of fraud under Section 523(a)(2), breach of fiduciary duty under Section 523(a)(4), related to purchase/investment and eventual demise of corporation
  • Favorable resolution in litigation against hard money lender involving claims of fraud, usury, violation of Truth in Lending Act (TILA), and violation of the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA)
  • Favorable resolution in claims against institutional lender for wrongful foreclosure
  • Favorable resolution in litigation on behalf of debtor for Avoidance of lease entered into
  • Favorable resolution in defense of complaint brought against debtor under  Section 523(a)(6) for willful and malicious injury


Adversary Proceedings are filed after the filing of a petition for bankruptcy relief, such as one of the following:



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