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You can seek a restraining order and relief from the order lifting stay on grounds that new evidence has arisen which makes preservation of the status quo in the interest of both creditor and debtor. If you can show that there is a high likelihood that the sale will go through, then the court may grant the request.
There's no magic here. However, your buyer's likelihood of approval on any financing, or depositing a substantial downpayment into escrow could be pursuasive.
Hope this helps.
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I cannot contact you outside of this forum, because it would indicate the establishiment of an attorney-client relationship. However, I'm flattered by your offer.
That said, if you can't get to court, then the only recourse would be to offer to pay the lender for a postponement. But, if you aren't going to take the offer, then I don't see the point, because you will lose the property, and your Ch. 11 will be moot, since it's the onyl asset involved.
Not sure what else there is to suggest.