Bankruptcy — No ‘Contribution’ Without Debtor’s ILSA PaymentRoss v. R.A. North Development Inc. A district court did not err in dismissing a bankruptcy trustee’s adversary action against two real estate development companies and several of their sales and marketing affiliates on a claim that they jointly engaged in a scheme to sell properties at inflated prices in subdivisions in North and South Carolina and are liable for contribution for debtor realty company’s liabilities under the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act; the 4th Circuit says debtor is not entitled to contribution as a matter of law because it has yet to make any payment to aggrieved purchasers under the ILSA.
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Published: January 18, 2013
Time posted: 5:34 pm