Lincoln Savings Bank v. Freese, No. 09-02627, 2011 Bankr. LEXIS 2453 (N.D. Iowa Jun. 30, 2011)

(plaintiff proved that debtor intentionally or recklessly made false statements under oath concerning financial information; discharge denied; debtor included no income from hog business even though he had grossed $2 million in sales; debtor also failed to disclose $25,000 in income and transfers of two ATVs, bobcat, tractor and co-ownership of wife’s vehicle). 

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