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Is there anything else you need to do if you have a non-paying tenant who has filed chapter 13 and you have filed a small claims case and a motion for relief of stay?

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2005-10-24 12:49:13
2005-10-24 12:49:13

You can't file any legal action against the non-paying tenant until the chapter 13 has been dismissed or the court grants your relief from stay motion. You can also file a motion to have the entire case dismissed if the failure to pay rent is a breach of the chapter 13 plan. If the tenant is still in the property, you will want to file an eviction lawsuit and not a small claims lawsuit.

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