INDIANAPOLIS - A federal bankruptcy judge on Aug. 16 refused to stay a state court action filed by the purchasers of a home who sought compensation from the bankrupt sellers of the property for mold remediation, finding that the issue of nondischargeability did not have to be heard in a bankruptcy court (In re: Aaron Muir and Stephanie Muir, No. 12-4065, Aaron Muir, et al. v. Matthew McWilliams, et al., Adv. No. 13-50136, S.D. Ind. Bky.; 2013 Bankr. LEXIS 3347).