03 B 13825, 04 A 01861
In re Dianne Logan Creditor brought an adversary proceeding against this chapter 7 debtor requesting that the debt the debtor incurred borrowing money from it to purchase a car be excepted from her discharge under 11 U.S.C. §§ 523(a)(2), (a)(4) & (a)(6). The seller of the car never registered the car’s title showing that it was transferred from the prior owner to himself and then to the debtor. Neither was the seller able to produce the title during the trial. Debtor testified that an unidentified person or company towed the car to an unidentified location after she abandoned it on the side of a road near her home because of mechanical problems. The court’s ruling in favor of the Creditor was based, in part, on the gaping holes, inconsistencies, and implausible nature of the debtor’s evidence and theory of what happened to the car.