The Weil Bankruptcy Blog has a good posting on Goldsby v. 804 Congress, LLC, No. 12-50382 (5th Cir. 6/23/14). In short, this was a case where the Court lifted the automatic stay and a third party bid in more than the amount of the debt. The bank and the substitute trustee argued that they should be allowed to distribute the funds as provided by the deed of trust, while the Debtor contended that the Bankruptcy Court had authority over the funds. The Fifth Circuit ruled that Section 506(b) controlled over the deed of trust. However, the Court remanded for a determination of whether unreasonable fees and charges could be recovered as unsecured claims under Section 502. You can read Debra McElligott's posting here. I represented the Debtor.