In re Johnson

Pre 2005-Act: 
Pre 2005-Act
Creditor could not foreclose on the debtor's home since the stay did not automatically end after 30 days with respect to the debtor's home and thus remained in effect until the debtor's case was dismissed or discharged.
Procedural posture: 
The court conducted a hearing on debtor's motion to extend the automatic stay and the creditor's opposition thereto. The court granted debtor's motion in open court and asked debtor's attorney to submit an order. The court signed the order granting the motion, but due to the nature of the creditor's opposition to the motion, the court entered a memorandum opinion clarifying its ruling.
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