Bankruptcy Law Questions? Ask a Bankruptcy Lawyer Now.
Your facts are a bit confusing.
If you're asking whether a summary eviction hearing should have been stopped based on your being unlawfully in the property, then the answer is no, because the property was sold prior to the bankruptcy filing, which means that it was not part of the bankruptcy estate. Therefore any claim arising from your continued possession of the property arose after commencement of the bankruptcy case, and therefore it was not subject to the §362 automatic stay.
I know this isn't the answer you were looking for, but it's the only one I can provide. Please don't shoot the messenger.
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