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Virginia – IN RE GORDON PROPERTIES, LLC

IN RE GORDON PROPERTIES, LLC – February 8, 2012.ROBERT G. MAYER, Bankruptcy Judge. This case is before the court on the motion of First Owners’ Association of Forty Six Hundred Condominium, Inc., a condominium unit owner’s association, to substantively consolidate two chapter 11 bankruptcy cases, Gordon Properties, LLC, and Condominium Services, Inc. The debtors oppose the motion.

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Virginia – IN RE 1801 ROBERT FULTON DRIVE, LLC

IN RE 1801 ROBERT FULTON DRIVE, LLC – February 2, 2012.Whether or not the Declarant can withdraw the land (Parcel 3-A) is not genuinely in dispute. What is in dispute is whether the Declarant can withdraw the land in the way that it seeks to do so, by re-allocating the previously allocated parking spaces and granting the Association a permanent easement to use its parking spaces on the newly created Lot 3-A.

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California – LEWOW v. SURFSIDE III CONDOMINIUM OWNERS’ ASSN., INC.

LEWOW v. SURFSIDE III CONDOMINIUM OWNERS’ ASSN., INC. – Filed February 2, 2012.Susan J. Salehi, for Plaintiff and Appellant. William M. Slaughter, Gabriele M. Lashly; Proctor, Slaughter & Reagan, for Defendant and Respondent. Paul Lewow unsuccessfully appeals from a $292, 205.50 attorney fees order in favor of Surfside III Condominium Owners’ Association. (Association). He contends that Association’s motion for attorney fees was not timely filed.

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North Carolina (via GA) – IN RE ROSEWOOD AT PROVIDENCE, LLC

IN RE ROSEWOOD AT PROVIDENCE, LLC – December 27, 2011.Before JAMES D. WALKER, Jr. United States Bankruptcy Judge. JAMES D. WALKER, Jr., Bankruptcy Judge. This matter comes before the Court on confirmation of Debtor’s second amended plan of reorganization. This is a core matter within the meaning of 28 U.S.C. § 157(b)(2)(L).

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Idaho – Developer of Post Falls condo, retail project files for bankruptcy in federal court

Developer of Post Falls condo, retail project files for bankruptcy in federal court | The RepublicPOST FALLS, Idaho – The developer of a multi-use project planned along the Spokane River in downtown Post Falls has filed for bankruptcy in federal court. The Coeur d’Alene Press reports (http://bit.ly/9WpCD5 ) that developer Harry Green’s company Point at Post Falls, LLC, filed Chapter 11 papers Monday.