Adv. No. 82-0203.

32 B.R. 624 (1983)

In the Matter of Robert L. NENNINGER and Barbara A. Nenninger, Debtors. BRUNSWICK EMPLOYEES CREDIT UNION, Plaintiff, v. Robert L. NENNINGER and Barbara A. Nenninger, Defendants.

United States Bankruptcy Court, W.D. Wisconsin.

August 30, 1983.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Ralph M. Cagle, Murphy, Stolper, Brewster & Desmond, S.C., Madison, Wis., for defendants.

Daniel E. Dunn, Smyth, Sauer, Becker, Lynch & Smyth, Ltd., La Crosse, Wis., for plaintiff.

ROBERT D. MARTIN, Bankruptcy Judge.

In this adversary proceeding the plaintiff, Brunswick Employees Credit Union, sought a determination that a debt owed by Robert L. and Barbara A. Nenninger was nondischargeable, pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 523(a)(2)(A).1 At a hearing held April 29, 1983 the court ruled that the debt was dischargeable, finding no intent to deceive on the part of the debtors, and no reasonable reliance by the plaintiff...


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