This bankruptcy case with fraudulent credit filings, involves a Kawasaki Ninja 900 motorcyle. The question is about whether debts will be discharged in bankruptcy. The Court decides that some of the debt is and because of fraud, some of it isn’t.
In re: CARL VASILE and TERESA VASILE, Debtors. AUTOMOTIVE FINANCE CORPORATION, Plaintiff, v. CARL VASILE and TERESA VASILE, Defendants.
CASE NO.: 02-1465-3F7, ADV. NO.: 02-131
UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA, JACKSONVILLE DIVISION
297 B.R. 893; 2003 Bankr. LEXIS 1025; 16 Fla. L. Weekly Fed. B 253
August 12, 2003, Decided
On December 11, 2000 Carl Vasile presented Plaintiff with a bill of sale evidencing the purchase by Union Credit from Auto Temps of ten motorcycles and two cars. Included in the bill of sale were the following motorcycles for which Plaintiff has not been repaid:
5.) a 2000 Kawasaki Ninja 900 motorcycle with a $ 9,000.00 purchase price. (Pl.’s Ex. 37 at 405.) (AFC Stock No. 503.) Union Credit purchased the motorcycle for $ 4,320.00 on September 7, 2000. (Pl.’s Ex. 41 at 4140.)