Philip Brewer files for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in California

US Bankruptcy Court, Central District of California: Notice of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Case, Meeting of Creditors, & Deadlines

US Bankruptcy Court, Central District of California: Notice of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Case, Meeting of Creditors, & Deadlines

PHILIP BREWER has filed for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in California, Case No. 9:11-bk-14384-PC.

The Bankruptcy Notice states that a Meeting of Creditors is scheduled to take place at 10am, Oct 17, 2011, at 128 East Carillo St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101.

The deadline given for filing objections to Debtor’s Discharge or to Challenge Dischargeability of Certain Debts is Dec 16, 2011; and the deadline to Object to Exemptions is thirty days after the conclusion of the meeting of creditors.

Reverse of Notice: Explanations

Reverse of Notice: Explanations

The reverse of the notice provides important explanations including advice to creditors with foreign (ie non-USA) addresses, who should consult a lawyer familiar with United States bankruptcy law if they have any queries about their rights in this case. It also gives other important information about certain actions that creditors are prohibited from taking, such as contacting the debtor to demand payment or taking action to collect money/obtain property.


Disclaimer: This post is for information only and does not constitute any form of legal advice.

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10 responses to “Philip Brewer files for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in California

  1. What has he been up to now…..? Hmmm….

  2. radianceonlinePax Vobiscum

    Isn’t Mark Brewer ‘a lawyer familiar with United States bankruptcy law’?

  3. The gruesome twosome were reported to Companies House enquiry CH15571

  4. Valiant for Truth

    Suspect that in the States, lawyers are registered state by state and California perhaps weren’t interested after Texas sent Mark Brewer on a course on legal ethics.

  5. Valiant for Truth

    “Christian Marketplace” magazine has reminded us all of Matt Wardman’s article on this website on 1st December 2008 regarding the Brewer’s and their assets highlighting they are not insolvent as the Secrteary of State said via the Tribunal Judge at the recent Employment Tribunal for the Durham Cathedral Shop staff, and poses the question “So the question for UK taxpayers, who picked up the redundancy payments bill remains, where did the money go?”
    https://spckssg.wordpress.com/2008/12/01/durham-cathedral-shop-finances-and-questionable-saint-stephen-the-great-payments/

  6. Valiant for Truth

    A “Sold” sign has gone up outside the former SPCK shop in Worcester. Let’s hope the proceeds are going to the DWP to cover unpaid NI contributions and not to the Brewer bankruptcy fund.

  7. You guys might want to have a look at Companies House. DCSMC has been removed.

  8. I noticed that the Chester shop is now up for sale.

    http://www.wildcp.co.uk

  9. Valiant for Truth

    Newcastle shop, presumably as with the others not originally due for full ownership by the Brewers until 2013, is still the same as the day it closed, and has signs on the front window stating it is monitored by a security firm, and the letterbox has wire over to prevent any mail being delivered. Sad to see.

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