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Is Your Bankruptcy Filing Ripe for An Adversary Complaint?July 19, 2021
An automatic stay, which is unique to bankruptcy, generally gives breathing room to a debtor who has filed a bankruptcy.  Meaning, if there was pending litigation or attempts to collect an outstanding obligation, the majority of those actions must cease subject to a further Bankruptcy Court order that removes the automatic stay.  In a previous blog post, “Will the ‘Return to Normalcy’ Increase Tenants Seeking Bankruptcy Relief?” we broadly discussed the automatic stay and debts that are either dischargeable versus non-dischargeable,
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