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Bankruptcy: Motion For Contempt – Monetary Damages – Adversary Proceeding

Where a bankruptcy court denied debtors' motion for contempt against a creditor because the court concluded that the debtors were required to file an adversary proceeding since they sought to recover monetary damages, the bankruptcy court's order is reversed because the fact that a motion for contempt seeks monetary damages does not transform the action ...

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