Bankruptcy No. 79-01975-HL, Adversary Proceeding No. 80-0010.

4 B.R. 593 (1980)

In re Robert A. STEINBERG, Debtor. IMPERIAL MILLWORK, INC., Plaintiff, v. Robert A. STEINBERG and Robert Braunstein, Trustee, Defendants.

United States Bankruptcy Court, D. Massachusetts.

June 9, 1980.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Joseph M. Murray, Plymouth, Mass., for plaintiff.

Charles D. Mulcahy, Henry C. Ellis, Assiran & Ellis, Taunton, Mass., for defendants and Debtor.


HAROLD LAVIEN, Bankruptcy Judge.

On the plaintiff's complaint objecting to discharge, the following facts are not in dispute and are so found.

The debtor and his attorney were aware that the plaintiff-creditor, Imperial Millwork, Inc., ("Imperial") had obtained a judgment and execution in the amount of $5,416.97 which it sought to levy on the debtor's home and the collection of which it was pursuing vigorously. The creditor...

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