IN RE JOHNSON
United States Bankruptcy Court, D. Maryland, Baltimore Division.
Filed: October 19, 2012.
90. Section 110(j)(2)(A) of the Bankruptcy Code provides that if the Court finds that a bankruptcy petition preparer has:
a. engaged in conduct in violation of § 110 or of any provision of the Bankruptcy Code;
b. misrepresented the bankruptcy petition preparer's experience or education as a bankruptcy petition preparer; or
c. engaged in other fraudulent, unfair or deceptive conduct,
the Court may enjoin the bankruptcy petition preparer from engaging in such conduct. 11 U.S.C. § 110(j)(2)(A).
91. The Court finds that the Defendants have engaged in all three of the types of conduct described in § 110(j)(2)(A) and, therefore, an injunction prohibiting such conduct is warranted in this case.