A False Certificate of Payment (Temporarily) Barred a Landlord from Evicting

New York’s Judge David Jones explored the intricacies of Section 322(b)(22)’s bar to using bankruptcy to halt eviction.

Modifying the Stay Doesn’t Relinquish Jurisdiction Entirely over the Dispute

In bankruptcy proceedings, formal notice isn’t required if there is actual notice, the Tenth Circuit says.

Cursing the Debtor by Itself Isn’t a Violation of the Automatic Stay

A vulgarity directed at the debtor wasn’t a stay violation absent an act designed to collect a debt.

Bankruptcy Is No Get-Out-of-Jail-Free Card for a Disobedient Debtor

When there has been a division of marital property, does a debtor only hold legal title to property given to the spouse?