You do business with a person associated with several companies, and he pays you with checks written from one company's bank account. Later the company files bankruptcy. Can you breathe a sigh of relief because you provided valuable goods or services in return for the payments, and before the company filed bankruptcy?

What happens when two sections of the Bankruptcy Code seem to contradict each other? 

That can happen when the owner of rental property files for bankruptcy and wants to sell it without the lease, to get a better price.