Selected Consumer Opinions Since January 1, 2022
Denial of stay relief was final and appealable, although it was “without prejudice.”Deciding an issue not addressed in Ritzen Grp., Inc. v. Jackson Masonry, LLC, 140 S.Ct. 582 (2020), the Ninth Circuit concluded that the bankruptcy court’s order denying stay relief was final and appealable, despite its “without prejudice” language, because the bankruptcy court’s denial “conclusively resolved the request for stay relief.” The record in this case “makes it clear that the court ‘unreservedly . . .
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