Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act [119 Statute 23, 2005] This statute allows a landlord to evict a tenant if the landlord began the eviction proceedings before the Tennat filed for bankruptcy. As for the Landlord filing for bankruptcy, the Tenant would have the same righst as they would against the new Owner/Lender. However, if teh Tenant has not been paying any rent and is evicted for tah reason, and has not filed for bankruocty, it would be difficult to convince a judge that the Tenant shopuld be allowed to still occupy the premises. Additionally, I am unaware of any code thawould allow a Tennat to occupy the premises once evicted after the Lanldord files for BK.
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