Bankruptcy Court Denies Motion to Impose Stay as Untimely and Unavailable

Bankruptcy Court Denies Motion to Impose Stay as Untimely and Unavailable

On May 9, 2019, the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Mississippi ruled on the Debtor’s Motion to Impose the Automatic Stay and a creditor’s comfort motion affirming that the stay no longer protects Debtor’s property.

Within one of year filing this case the Debtor had been in another pending bankruptcy which was dismissed. In this case, the Debtor did not seek an extension of the automatic stay. Forty-Eight (48) days after filing the petition in the current case, the Debtor filed a motion to impose the automatic stay.

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