Bankruptcy – Power of Attorney – Fraud – Write-off – Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly
United States Bankruptcy Court
When a plaintiff operating a nursing and rehabilitation center in Pleasant Bay brought adversarial proceedings against a debtor defendant who acted under a power of attorney signed by his mother, the plaintiff failed to meet his onus of prove that his claim against the debtor is not releasable under 11 USC §523 (a) (2) (A) or §523 (a) (4), …
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