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Bankruptcy petition doesn't stay tax appeal, 10th Circuit says

2013 BKRDBRF 3060Nicholas Sperling, Esq.WESTLAW Bankruptcy Daily Briefing (Approx. 2 pages)

Bankruptcy petition doesn't stay tax appeal, 10th Circuit says

2013 BKRDBRF 3060Nicholas Sperling, Esq.WESTLAW Bankruptcy Daily Briefing (Approx. 2 pages)

Bankruptcy petition doesn't stay tax appeal, 10th Circuit says

(April 8, 2013) - The automatic stay arising from a debtor's bankruptcy petition cannot stay his tax appeal case because the debtor — not the IRS — initiated the tax deficiency proceedings, a federal appeals court has determined.
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