U.S. Department of Education v. Vujovic
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|August 11, 2009
JUDGMENT; IT IS ORDERED AND ADJUDGED that the court hereby ALLOWS the United States Motion for Leave to Appeal and GRANTS leave to appeal the injunction and all other issues decided by the Bankrputcy Court in its June 3, 2008 Memorandum Opinion and O rder and its July 25, 2008 Order Determining Conditions of Injunction. The United States Motion for Docketing of Appeal is hereby ALLOWED. FURTHER, the court hereby VACATES the injunction against the United States Department of Education and TERI fro m collecting the student loan obligations against the debtor Vujovic and the conditions of said injunction and REVERSES the Bankruptcy Courts preliminary denial of the debtors request for discharge of his student loan obligations. The court AFFIRMS AND ADOPTS the Bankruptcy Courts finding in its June 3, 2008 Memorandum Opinion and Order that the debtor has not established that his students loans are dischargeable. Because Mr. Vujovic cannot prevail and further proceedings in the Bankrputcy Cou rt on the dischargeability question would serve no real purpose, this court HOLDS that Mr. Vujovics student loans held by the Department of Education and TERI are not dischargeable. Signed by Dennis Iavarone, Clerk of Court by Susan Edwards on 8/11/2009. Copies served. (Edwards, S.)
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