Filed in July 2 (), the AMPHORA CESARE BORGIA SELECT AMPHORA SELECTION D-E ESTABLISHED covers pipe tobacco AMPHORA CESARE BORGIA SELECT AMPHORA SELECTION D-E ESTABLISHED Trademark - Registration Number - Serial Number Justia Trademarks. Oct 01, · In fact, the bankruptcy was more to facilitate the short sale than anything else, as she only had $25K in consumer debt and her student loans, about $K, wouldn’t go away in bankruptcy anyway. Mary filed Chapter 13 bankruptcy just two days before the foreclosure (and the ensuing deficiency judgment in her state) and the short sale of the. Dinesh Maniar; Amphora Wine Company, Inc., Plaintiffs-appellees, v. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, As Receiver Forvalley State Bank; Federal Deposit Insurancecorporation, in Its Separate Corporatecapacity, Defendants-appellants,andcapital Bank of California, a California Corporation; Juleshuppert, Individually; William William Jacoby, Inc., Acalifornia Corporation; Sacco Insurance.
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One of the known methods for preparing amphora-type particulate catalyst-supports have been disclosed in Japanese Patent Application Publication No.
In this conventional method, amphora-type particles having an average particle size of 44 to Another known method for preparing an amphora-type particulate catalyst-support described in Japanese Patent Application Publication No. However, the amphora-type particles prepared by the above-described methods have disadvantages or problems especially in the aspects that: their particle sizes are too large: the improvement in catalytic activity is not enough; and the mechanical strength of the particles is low in practical use.
An object of the present invention is to provide an amphora-type particulate catalyst-support having improved properties, i. Another object of the present invention is to provide a method for the preparation of an amphora-type particulate catalyst-support having the above-described, improved properties without the disadvantages and problems in the conventional methods.
Thus, the present invention provides an amphora-type particulate catalyst-support having an average particle size of 30 to The average particle size of the amphora-type particulate catalyst-supports of the present invention is in the range of 30 to If the average particle size is less than On the other hand, if it is in excess of The attrition index of the amphora-type particulate catalyst-supports of the present invention is not larger than When it is not in excess of 10, the destruction; i.
Furthermore, it is important that the catalyst-support of the present invention comprises particles of an amphora-type or having a cavity or a dent. A variety of amphora-type particulate catalysts including supported metal catalysts, supported metal oxide catalysts, and the like, can easily be prepared by using the amphora-type particulate catalyst-supports of the present invention as a support by applying known techniques, such as an impregnation method, etc.
If a conventional particulate catalyst comprising support particles which are not of an amphora-type or do not have a dent or a cavity is used as a catalyst for the hydrotreating of a heavy oil under a slurry condition, too much hydrogen is consumed while undesired by-products; i. Further, support particles of a too porous type also have a defect that such particles usually have a low anti-attrition property. It is to be understood that the smaller the value of the attrition index, the higher the anti-attrition property of the particles of the particulate catalyst-support.
The amphora-type particulate catalyst-supports of the present invention can be prepared by various methods, preferably by the method which comprises the steps of:.
By using the above-described method, amphora-type particulate catalyst-supports having an average particle size of 30 to The binders B that can be used in the method of the present invention include a gel or sol of hydrated oxides, such as silica, alumina, alumina-titania, etc.
Among them, silica and alumina-titania can be preferably used in the respect of the anti-attrition property. It is preferred that the ratio of alumina to titania Al. It is preferable to remove undesirable impurities from component A by a water-sieving technique before the step a as occasion demands. In the step a , a uniformly mixed slurry having a predetermined solid content is prepared by mixing the component A and binder B with a predetermined amount of water.
If the amount of the binder B used in the step a is less than 20 parts by weight per parts by weight of the total amount of component A and the binder B , the mechanical strength and especially the anti-attrition property of the obtained catalyst-support obtained may not be adequately high and it may be difficult to apply the thus prepared catalyst-supports to a slurry-type process.
While, if it is in excess of 40 parts by weight per parts by weight of the total amount of component A and the binder B , there may be some problems such that the yield of a coke as well as that of an asphaltene during hydrogenation reaction is increased and that a sufficient catalytic performance is hardly obtained. The wet grinding of the solid in the thus prepared, mixed slurry in the step b is performed by using a wet-grinding machine until the average particle size of the solid in the slurry be in the range of 0.
Known techniques can be applied to the wet grinding. It is preferred that a viscosity of the slurry of finely divided solid obtained in the step b be in the range of 10 to 17, centipoise. The catalyst-supports of the present invention; i. If the average particle size of the finely divided solid in the slurry used in the step c is less than 0.
While, if it is in excess of 2. A variety of hydrogenation catalyst can be prepared by supporting metals common in the field of hydrogenation on the amphora-type particulate catalyst-supports of the present invention. We agree with the Fifth Circuit, however, that untimely removal is a procedural rather than a jurisdictional defect. Whether a district court has unlimited discretion to remand a case has been only partially resolved.
Hermansdorfer, U. Carnegie-Mellon Univ. Cohill, U. We have not yet ruled on this question. Federal Deposit Ins. Fullam, F. The court in Loyd undertook a comprehensive analysis of the matter. Because a sua sponte remand could thwart judicial efficiency as readily as a remand by motion of a party, the court reasoned that the day remand period was as applicable to a court as to a party. We see no reason to depart from the reasoning in Loyd.
Moreover, uniformity among the circuits in matters having general application to the various states is preferable as long as individual justice is not sacrificed.
It is desirable to have uniform rules governing remand and removal of cases involving the FDIC because substantial problems arising from the failure of savings and loan associations make the FDIC a frequent litigant before federal courts. Assuming without deciding that a district court may remand sua sponte for procedural defects in a removal, we hold that it is bound by the day limit in any case.
The district court's remand exceeded this limit. The parties, alternatively, ask us to address whether in fact the FDIC's removal was timely under 12 U. Because we hold that the district court erred in remanding this case on procedural grounds after the day period expired regardless of whether it was timely removed, we decline to reach these questions.
The original version permitted the FDIC to remove an action from state court subject to "any procedure for removal now or hereafter in effect. This provision was interpreted to incorporate the day removal period under the general removal statute found at 28 U.
See, e. The amendment eliminated the aforementioned language but failed to specify whether the general removal statute continued to apply. It allows the business to stay in business for days while trying to work things out. For example, burdensome contracts or leases can be renegotiated, debts can be repaid, reduced, or discharged, and business operations can be rescaled.
Chapter 13 is for an individual with regular income and a desire to pay the debts but without the ability to do so. It protects the debtor from creditor actions such as lawsuits, foreclosures, wage garnishments, and contact with the creditor. But bear in mind, physicians are doing that stuff all the time and nobody thinks twice about it. Now, on to the post-bankruptcy tips. Guess what? Chapter 13 bankruptcies generally affect your credit score for seven years ten for Chapter 7 , although it may not take all seven to recover to the point where someone will give you a mortgage.
You can often get a new mortgage just years after a short-sale. But given the difficulty borrowing, it seems a good idea to just not do it at all if it can be avoided.
Drive a beater. Cut up the credit cards. Like other debt, your student loan refinancing options are going to be limited. If you plan to refinance, you might even try to do so before declaring bankruptcy. Lowering your interest rate only helps a little. The way you get rid of student loans is to throw thousands of dollars at them every month. Of course, bankruptcy has no effect on PSLF.
You can get rid of a lot of debt in just a few years after training if you can manage to make payments while working for a c 3. If you have to change jobs anyway, and you made a bunch of IDR payments in training, why not look for a non-profit? Obviously, this reduces your tax burden, builds your nest egg, and gets you into the mindset of looking at savings as a bill.
But there is another great reason to max them out. You actually have to declare bankruptcy, or at least be willing to, in order to get that protection. But what happens is your financial situation changes. You get sick or injured. You get divorced. You lose a job. Then the combination of bad financial decisions PLUS the new event is what causes the bankruptcy. However, the likelihood of you making all good financial decisions and then being wiped out by one severe life change is pretty low.
Just like a graduating resident, a doctor in or recently out of bankruptcy is one of the poorest people in the world. So live like it. No living in fancy doctor houses. No driving fancy doctor cars. No going on fancy doctor vacations. Wealth is not income, income is not net worth. The car is usually an easy target. You can haul four kids in it, at least three even with big car seats.
Sure it is. And if it dies i. Private school? Are you kidding me? Stuff like that is fine if you can afford it, but there is a public school system and most of us made it through just fine and still managed to get into medical school. How bad can it really be? If a lack of insurance was the catastrophic event that tipped you over, figure out a way to get insurance. So is term life insurance. It just has to be a priority. Disability insurance is important too if you still qualify.
When I joined my partnership eight years ago, many of my senior partners were in a very different financial situation. Some had their mortgage paid off. Several were married to another physician or other high-income professional. So we rented. Then we bought a house cheaper than theirs.
We tried to figure out ways to boost our income. We stuffed our retirement accounts full. We paid off our debts. Okay, debt.
For years. But you know what? Younger partners show up and swap their Audis for beaters. Child care. Legal bills. Higher interest rates. A late start or a set back like divorce or bankruptcy is nothing compared to the power of a physician income combined with smart financial decision-making.
Living like a resident still works and nobody is ever really more than about 10 years away from financial independence. You can do this and the entire WCI community can help. What do you think? Have you or someone you know been through bankruptcy? What was it like? How did you recover?
How long did it take before you really felt like it was behind you? Comment below! What do I think? I think that I am human and humans tend to err. I am not going to judge anyone for their mistakes, but — like you — hope that they and others learn from them.
My parents had to file for chapter 13 bankruptcy when I was a kid. My dad was fired after a whistle-blowing event as a nuclear engineer where he thought something unsafe was going on. This led to him being fired and black-listed where he was unable to gain employment. So, we spent a year living with my grandparents, declaring bankruptcy, and later on moved once dad finally got a job.
As you said above, we rented for many years. Some of this could have been avoided if my parents made better choices. Not sure if they even know what that was, and they have always liked to use credit cards and not for the rewards.
This was all in spite of being a high-income earner. I think avoiding bankruptcy is best, but people make mistakes. I certainly have. I hope that Mary can learn her lesson and teach others about it.