Bankruptcy Court Denies Debtor Discharge for Fraud, Failure to Produce Records and Fraudulent Transfers

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Court Case Digests
December 29, 2023
1731 Electrical Work
238210 Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation Contractors
bankruptcy
fraud, stock, creditor, debtor, assets, settlement

In re Burg
2023 Bankr. LEXIS 3055; 2023 WL 9051679
US
Federal Court
Minnesota
United States Bankruptcy Court
Michael E. Ridgway

Summary

The debtor withheld records and failed to explain missing assets and deleted records and misled the court as to what he did with certain assets. The debtor also knowingly and fraudulently withheld records from the trustee. This was all part of a scheme the debtor devised with the help of a “consultant” to avoid repaying the plaintiff creditors.

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In re Burg

The debtor withheld records and failed to explain missing assets and deleted records and misled the court as to what he did with certain assets. The debtor also knowingly and fraudulently withheld records from the trustee. This was all part of a scheme the debtor devised with the help of a “consultant” to avoid repaying the plaintiff creditors.