PUBLIC LAW 95-598—NOV. 6, 1978
92 STAT. 2569
727(a) (10), 727(b), 728(a), 728(b), 1102(a), 1110(a)(1), 1121(b), 1121(c), 1141(d)(4), 1146(a), 1146(b), 1301(a), 1305(a), and 1328(a) of this title, "the order for relief under this chapter" in a chapter to which a case has been converted under section 706, 1112, or 1307 of this title means the conversion of such case to such chapter. (c) Sections 342 and 365(d) of this title apply in a case that has been converted under section 706, 1112, or 1307 of this title, as if the conversion order were the order for relief. (d) A claim against the estate or the debtor that arises after the order for relief but before conversion in a case that is converted under section 1112 or 1307 of this title, other than a claim specified in section 503(b) of this title, shall be treated for all purposes as if such claim had arisen immediately before the date of the filing of the petition. (e) Conversion of a case under section 706, 1112, or 1307 of this title terminates the service of any trustee or examiner that is serving in the case before such conversion. § 349. Effect of dismissal (a) Unless the court, for cause, orders otherwise, the dismissal of a case under this title does not bar the discharge, in a later case under this title, of debts that were dischargeable in the case dismissed. (b) Unless the court, for cause, orders otherwise, a dismissal of a case other than under section 742 of this title— (1) reinstates— (A) any proceeding or custodianship superseded under section 543 of this title; (B) any transfer avoided under section 522, 544, 545, 547, 548, 549, or 724(a) of this title, or preserved under section 510(c)(2), 522(i)(2), or 551 of this title; and (C) any lien voided under section 506(d) of this title; (2) vacates any order, judgment, or transfer ordered, under section 522(i)(1), 542, 550, or 553 of this title; and (3) revests the property of the estate in the entity in which such property was vested immediately before the commencement of the case under this title. § 350. Closing and reopening cases (a) After an estate is fully administered and the court has discharged the trustee, the court shall close the case. (b) a case may be reopened in the court in which such case was closed to administer assets, to accord relief to the debtor, or for other cause.
Pos^ pp. 2609, 2611, 2626, ?^^^' ff^}' 2545 I547 265o' ' Post, pp. 2606, 2630, 2647.
H USC 349.
Post, p. 2613. Post, ip. 2595. Post, pp. 2596-2601, j^^J' 26O2 ^' Post, pp. 2601, 2602. H USC 350.
SUBCHAPTER IV—ADMINISTRATIVE POWERS § 361. Adequate protection H USC 361. When adequate protection is required under section 362, 363, or 364 of this title of an interest of an entity in property, such adequate protection may be provided by— (1) requiring the trustee to make periodic cash payments to such entity, to the extent that the stay under section 362 of this title, use, sale, or lease under section 363 of this title, or any grant f of a lien under section 364 of this title results in a decrease in the value of such entity's interest in such property; (2) providing to such entity an additional or replacement lien to the extent that such stay, use, sale, lease, or grant results in a