BANKRUPTCY LAW: Where creditor claimed to be owner of property pursuant to foreclosure sale, he was not a “secured creditor,” and thus not entitled to relief from the automatic stay, based on 11 USC 362 (d) (4). Bankruptcy Appellate Panel REVERSES trial court ruling (In re Gigi Ellis, 9th Circuit BAP, Issued 11/19/14, San Francisco)
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