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Baud v. Carroll

Baud v. Carroll, 2011 U.S. app. lexis 2182 (6th cir. Mich. 2011). Where a Chapter 13 plan does not propose to pay unsecured creditors in full and an objection to confirmation is filed, a debtor with positive projected disposable income must propose a plan which extends for the applicable commitment period.

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In Baud v. Carroll, 634 F .3d 327 (6th cir. 2011) , the Sixth Circuit considered a claim made by a Michigan trustee under similar circumstances. The Baud trustee was also trying to convince the court to recognize social security benefits as projected disposable income.

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No. 09-2164 Baud, et al v. Carroll Page 3 of the plan and that, even if 1325(b) does mandate a minimum plan length, there is an exception for debtors, like them, with negative projected disposable income.

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Baud v. Carroll, 2011 U.S. App. LEXIS 2182 (6th Cir. Mich. 2011). Where a chapter 13 plan does not propose to pay unsecured creditors in full and an objection to confirmation is filed, a debtor with positive projected disposable income must propose a plan which extends for the applicable commitment period.

Baud v. Carroll, 634 F.3d 327 (6th cir. 2011). federal standards do not preempt motorcycle helmet class action suit. The Sixth Circuit held that the National Traffic and Motor Ve-hicle Safety Act of 1966 does not preempt a class action over al-legedly defective motorcycle helmets. Fabian v.

NANCY G. EDMUNDS, District Judge. This is an appeal from the Bankruptcy Court’s February 14, 2009 order confirming Richard and Marlene Baud’s amended Chapter 13 plan. For the reasons set forth below, the Bankruptcy Court’s order is REVERSED. The parties do not dispute the facts relevant to this.