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The bankruptcy stay lifts as to the debtor upon entry of the discharge. When the discharge will be entered is anyones guess. In Nevada, it is 60 days after the 341 meeting concludes, but in other places, the discharge can be delayed for years. Hope this perspective helps!
In Minnesota, the automatic stay is lifted once the debtor is granted or denied a discharge. Like the other posters have pointed out, the time frame for this is hard to pinpoint since so many factors can go into granting/denying a discharge. I hope you find this helpful!
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