Nine N.H. businesses end 2013 filing for bankruptcy

But year ends with lowest number of filings since 2007


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New Hampshire finished the year with 3,122 bankruptcy filings, a fifth fewer than in 2013 and the lowest number since 2007.

There were nine business-related filings in December 2013 –  six were filed as actual businesses while the rest were individuals with business-related debts. In November, there were 14 business-related filings.

In total, some 206 households and businesses filed in December, the lowest monthly total of the year – 21 fewer than filed in November and 40 fewer than were filed in December 2012. It’s the lowest December total since 2006 – the first year after the bankruptcy law toughened up.  

Here are the business-related filings (two individual filings have not been included because the business that created the debt has not yet been identified in the filing.): 

 • Carney Medical Supply Co. Inc., Rochester, filed Dec. 10, Chapter 7. Assets: $63,530. Liabilities: $338,861.

 • Plymouth House of Pizza and Restaurant Inc., Plymouth, filed Dec. 12, Chapter 11. Assets and Liabilities: Less than $50,000.

 • Owen's Marine Inc., Hooksett, filed Dec. 13, Chapter 11. Assets: $100,000 to $500,000.  Liabilities: $500,000 to $1 million. 

 • Namber LLC (affiliate of Owen’s Marine Inc.), Hooksett, filed Dec. 13, Chapter 11. Assets and liabilities: $500,000 to $1 million.

 • Mikri LLC., Alton, filed Dec. 16, Chapter 7. Assets: $603.  Liabilities: $487,555. 

 • Upper Valley Commercial Corp., North Haverhill, filed Dec. 31, Chapter 11. Assets: $12.4 million. Liabilities: $11.6 million. 

 • CPI Printing Service, Peterborough, filed Dec. 31, Chapter 7, Assets: $0. Liabilities: $85,215 (filed as individual).

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