Offset of Non-Estate Property Constitutes Willful Violation of Automatic Stay

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In the case of In re Radcliffe , the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Indiana held that a union pension fund violated the automatic stay when it offset pension benefit payments to the debtor against a judgment debt guaranteed by the debtor.

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