Thursday, April 18, 2013

Eighth Circuit - -David Heide v. David Juve

Bankruptcy --

After initial agreement, there was no implicit affirmation of solvency and terms with each re-extension of credit sufficient to constitute a fraudulent representation that would except the loan from dischargeability.

The deal made in Vegas to buy used cars was a one-off between the two parties, and therefore a personal debt.

David Heide v. David Juve
Compiled by D.E. Frydrychowski, who is, not incidentally, not giving you legal advice.

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