Yu Chung Koo vs. Xi Fan Hong

Complaint to Determine Dischargeabilty of Debts


Section 523 of the United States Bankruptcy Code excepts from discharge certain types of liabilties such as taxes and customs duties, credit obtained by fraud, defalcation by a fiduciary, domestic support obligations, willful and malicious injury, punitive damages, educational loans, death or personal injury caused while operating a motor vehicle, etc. In order to invoke Section 523, a creditor needs to timely file a adversary complaint (such as the document attached below) to determine dischargeability of specific debts.

By contrast, an adversary complaint filed under Section 727 of the Bankruptcy Code prays that the debtor receives no bankruptcy discharge whatsoever.

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

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