CRP Holdings v. O'Sullivan, No. 16-1526 (8th Cir. 2016)Annotate this Case
Debtor filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy and claimed a $15,000 exemption in a homestead he owned as a tenant in the entirety with his wife. The bankruptcy court granted debtor's motion to avoid CRP's judicial lien and the BAP affirmed. CRP appealed. The court vacated and remanded to the bankruptcy court for it to determine whether CRP has a judicial lien on the property that is either enforceable or unenforceable.