In Sanctions Matter Bankruptcy Court Shuts Down Creditor’s Defense of No Notice

In Sanctions Matter Bankruptcy Court Shuts Down Creditor’s Defense of No Notice

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The Utah Bankruptcy Court framed the issue as “Is it a credible defense to a motion for sanctions for stay violations for a creditor to claim it lacked notice of the bankruptcy filing, even after service of multiple bankruptcy papers followed by phone calls from the debtors? The Court thinks not.” In re Kelley, No. 17-29915, 2019 Bankr. LEXIS 29, at *1 (Bankr. D. Utah Jan. 4, 2019).

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