Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) told to pay Debtor $5,046.00 for impounding car during bankruptcy case

When you file for bankruptcy, something called the automatic stay immediately stops any lawsuit filed against you and most actions against your property by a creditor, collection agency, or government entity.   The automatic stay prohibits most creditors from continuing with collection activities, which can provide welcome relief to debtors as well the opportunity to regroup during bankruptcy. Creditors and bill collectors must stop collection activities when they first learn of a bankruptcy filing. What the stay prohibits The automatic stay prohibits Beginning or continuing law suits Collection calls Repossessions Foreclosure sales Garnishment or levies Violations of the stay Anyone 

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