In Re Joanne M. Weston, Dba Weston Enterprises, Debtor.robert Rodriguez; Ferol Rodriguez, Appellees, v. Joanne M. Weston, Appellant.in Re Joanne M. Weston, Dba Weston Enterprises, Debtor.joanne M. Weston, Dba Weston Enterprises, Appellant, v. Franklin S. Cibula, a Law Corporation; Kathleen E. Jolly, Appellees, 967 F.2d 596 (9th Cir. 1992)Annotate this Case
Submitted Dec. 13, 1991. *Decided July 2, 1992
Before WILLIAM A. NORRIS, BEEZER and LEAVY, Circuit Judges.
In these consolidated pro se appeals Joanne Weston ("Debtor") argues, inter alia, that the district court erred by affirming the bankruptcy court's approval of a settlement agreement she entered into with the creditors who had foreclosed on her properties during the pendency of her first appeal to the Bankruptcy Appellate Panel ("BAP"), and that the BAP erred by affirming the bankruptcy court's refusal to set aside a state court default judgment obtained by her former attorney, Frank Cibula ("Cibula"), within ten days of the bankruptcy court's dismissal of her first Chapter 11 filing. Because we adopt the careful analyses of the bankruptcy and district courts set out in their well reasoned opinions, Weston v. Cibula (In re Weston I), 101 Bankr. 202 (Bankr.E.D. Cal. 1989), aff'd, 123 Bankr. 466 (Bankr. 9th Cir. 1991), and Weston v. Rodriguez (In re Weston II), 110 Bankr. 452 (E.D. Cal. 1989); and because we find no merit to any of Debtor's remaining arguments, the decisions appealed from are hereby
The members of the panel unanimously agree that this consolidated appeal is not appropriate for oral argument and may be submitted on the briefs pursuant to Fed. R. App. P. 34(a) and 9th Cir.R. 34-4
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