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If my business did some work in the past for a property management company, why would a current bankruptcy of one of the owners be affecting us now?

Question Details: One of the owners is filing bankruptcy. We have gotten notices and are unsure why. We haven't done any work for them in a few years. Most recently we received paperwork on a motion for relief from stay and to abandon real estate. I guess my question is can't they take back what was paid to us a few years ago? They don't owe us anything now.

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