You can ask as many questions as you need to get this straight.
I just asked you a few questions to be clear what we're dealing with.
If the foreclosure has already occurred (last April), and you didn't appeal the foreclosure - - then that matter is over; the house belongs to the bank.
Also, if during the first unlawful detainer action resulted with the court entering an order granting the lender possession
and ordering you out, then that order is enforceable and is not affected by another bankruptcy filing (regardless of whether it is a chapter 7
The rule is that as long as the eviction order is granted by a court BEFORE a person files bankruptcy, the eviction order isn't affected by the filing.
Based on what you've posted, I assume that's what the bank did - - meaning that it used the the first unlawful detainer order to remove you from the property.
If the bank has an unlawful detainer/eviction order, it doesn't have to start over again as long as it got the order BEFORE you filed chapter 7.
The only thing you could do is appeal the unlawful detainer judgment to stop the eviction.
The adversary case may have some relevancy to this, but I don't know what you have claimed in your case.
Let me know if you have any other questions and/or if my understanding of the facts is not correct. Thanks.
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