In re Scarborough, No. 11-2293, 2012 WL 70638, at *4 (3d Cir. Jan. 10, 2012) (Ambro, Fisher, Nygaard)

Automatic stay did not apply retroactively in gap period between dismissal of case and order vacating dismissal; mortgage creditor could not be liable for proceeding with foreclosure during gap period. “An automatic stay is dispelled when the underlying case is dismissed.”

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