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Court Rules That Regulatory Actions Can Violate the Stay, Especially When You Say You Are Trying to Collect a Debt

An opinion from San Antonio Bankruptcy Judge Leif Clark examines when a claim against a non-debtor can violate the automatic stay. The short answer is: when the creditor says he is doing it to collect from the debtor. The long answer requires an examination of the interplay between 11 U.S.C. Sec...