Used car dealer hit with $12,000 in punitive damages for stay violation | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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Used car dealer hit with $12, 000 in punitive damages for stay violation

43 No. 06 WJAUTO 03By David J. Light, Esq.Westlaw Journal Automotive (Approx. 3 pages)

Used car dealer hit with $12, 000 in punitive damages for stay violation

43 No. 06 WJAUTO 03By David J. Light, Esq.Westlaw Journal Automotive (Approx. 3 pages)

43 No. 06 Westlaw Journal Automotive 03
July 5, 2023
Bankruptcy
Westlaw Journal Automotive
By David J. Light, Esq.
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Used car dealer hit with $12,000 in punitive damages for stay violation

Davis v. JL Auto Sales

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A South Carolina used car dealership that repossessed a woman's car seven months after her bankruptcy filing and then ignored her complaint alleging the dealership violated the automatic stay must pay $12,000 in punitive damages, a bankruptcy judge...
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