Re: Property of Bankruptcy Estate
I see nothing that states the party cannot continue to do business as the landlord with the exception of having work done on the property where there could conceivably be a lien placed against the property for some reason.
"All your property is now the property of the bankruptcy estate until your case is closed by the court. Any claim of exemption pursuant to FRBP 4003 has become effective, or the statutory notice for an abandonment by the trustee has become effective you cannot sell, transfer, refinance, or otherwise encumber any of your property."
Unless you can construe accepting rent or evicting a tenant as selling, transferring, or otherwise encumbering the property, to be referring to accepting rent or evicting a tenant, it sounds like the notice given does not attempt to interfere with the normal business activities concerning operating a rental property.
I am not an attorney and any advice is not to be construed as legal advice. You might even want to ignore my advice. Actually, there are plenty of real attorneys that you might want to ignore as well.