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In this type of situation, the dispositive factor is when the property actually changed hands, which might and might not have occurred at the time of sale. If the property changed hands (the deed was transferred) before the Bankruptcy was filed, the Bankruptcy will be less likely to affect you.
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In Georgia it was determined - in a case similar to yours - that the transfer occurred when the highest bid was made. Here is the case:
There may not be a need to request a relief of automatic stay, as the property did not belong to the debtor when he filed the Bankruptcy.
However, if the need did arise, you would be able to represent yourself since there is no company involved.