Whitney Bank v. TKR Technologies, Inc. et al
Order re: 15 Notice of Bankruptcy of Tiffany J. Levy. This action is STAYED as to Tiffany J. Levy as set out. Plf is to notify the court within 30 days of the resolution of the bankruptcy proceedings, or of a lift of the stay, at which time this action will be re-instated against Tiffany J. Levy. Plf is to show cause, on or before 2/17/2015, why this action should not be stayed in its entirety. Signed by Judge Callie V. S. Granade on 2/3/2015. (tot)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA
WHITNEY BANK, A Mississippi
State chartered bank, formerly
known as Hancock Bank,
TKR TECHNOLOGIES, INC., and
TIFFANY J. LEVY,
CIVIL ACTION NO. 14-0529-CG-B
This cause is before the court on the Notice of Bankruptcy of Tiffany J. Levy
(Doc. 15) filed by the Plaintiff, in which Plaintiff advises that Tiffany J. Levy filed a
voluntary petition for bankruptcy under Chapter 7 of the United States Bankruptcy
Code, in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Alabama
(Case No. 15-00138).
Pursuant to 11U.S.C. § 362, the filing of a bankruptcy petition operates as a
stay of an action. Therefore, this action is hereby STAYED as to Tiffany J. Levy.
The Plaintiff is ORDERED to notify the court within thirty (30) days of the
resolution of the bankruptcy proceedings, or of a lift of the stay, at which time this
action will be re-instated against Tiffany J. Levy.
Upon review of the Bankruptcy Petition, the court notes that Mrs. Levy
represents that TKR Technologies, Inc. has not been in existence as an operating
entity since August 2013, and that the building, from which the business was
operating, was foreclosed upon by Hancock Bank on July 9, 2014. On or before
February 17, 2015, the Plaintiff is ORDERED to show cause why this action
should not be stayed in its entirety.
DONE and ORDERED this 3rd day of February, 2015.
/s/ Callie V. S. Granade
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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