David A. Gill vs. Sui Ling Li

Bankruptcy Judgment of Denial of Discharge

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Section 727 of the United States Bankruptcy Code enumerates circumstances under which a bankruptcy petitioner may be denied discharge. Under Subsection 727(a)(4), the Court may deny discharge where "the debtor knowingly and fraudulently, in or in connection with the case, (A) made a false oath or account; (B) presented or used a false claim; (C) gave, offered, received, or attempted to obtain money, property, or advantage, or a promise of money, property, or advantage, for acting or forbearing to act; or (D) withheld from an officer of the estate entitled to possession under this title, any recorded information, including books, documents, records, and papers, relating to the debtor’s property or financial affairs." The Court here entered such a judgment under Subection 727(a)(4).

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Published In: Bankruptcy Updates

Reference Info:Federal, 9th Circuit, California | United States

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