In debtors' bankruptcy proceedings for defaulting on their loan, ruling upholding the bankruptcy court's grant of summary judgment to the creditors and its denial of debtors' motion to amend is affirmed where: 1) the Rooker-Feldman doctrine precluded the bankruptcy court's jurisdiction over debtors' rescission claim because that claim was inextricably intertwined with a Court of Common Pleas' foreclosure judgment; 2) there was an adequate basis for summary judgment on the Truth in Lending Act damages claim, specifically, that debtors failed to create a genuine issue of material fact as to whether they had prior title insurance in connection with the loan; and 3) the bankruptcy court did not abuse its discretion in denying debtor's motion to amend as it was untimely.
On Appeal from the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
(D.C. No. 2-07-cv-01396)
District Judge: Honorable Knoll Gardner
Opinion Filed November 12, 2009
Opinion by Sloviter, Circuit Judge
Counsel for Appellant: David A. Scholl
Counsel for Appellee: Sandhya M. Feltes