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Can Bankruptcy Stop Eviction?


If you're facing eviction, you might be able to use bankruptcy to stay in your home.


Filing for bankruptcy can give you an "automatic stay." That means your landlord can't evict you while your bankruptcy case is open. The automatic stay is a powerful tool that can stop many different kinds of creditors from collections.


But the automatic stay isn't permanent. If your landlord wants to evict you after you've filed for bankruptcy, they can ask the court to lift the stay. The court will usually only do this if they think you don't have a good chance of winning your bankruptcy case.




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