Garvin v. Cook Investments NW

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The Ninth Circuit affirmed the district court's decision affirming the bankruptcy court's order confirming a second amended Chapter 11 plan of five real estate holding companies. The panel held that 11 U.S.C. 1129(a)(3) directs bankruptcy courts to police the means of a reorganization plan's proposal, not its substantive provisions. Therefore, the panel affirmed confirmation of the Amended Plan over the trustee's objection that the lease violated federal drug law because one of the debtors leased property to a company that used the property to grow marijuana. View "Garvin v. Cook Investments NW" on Justia Law

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