Following Ritzen Group, Inc. v. Jackson Masonry, LLC (2020) 140 S.Ct. 582, this decision holds that an order denying relief from the automatic stay is immediately appealable so long as it finally resolves the issue of whether the movant is entitled to relief from stay on the basis on which relief was sought, even if the denial is without prejudice to seeking relief from stay on a different basis.  Here, the bankruptcy court denied relief from stay which Harrington sought to complete the trial of his claims against Mayer in state court.  The bankruptcy court denied the motion, making it clear, that the bankruptcy court, not the state court would resolve those claims in the context of an adversary proceeding for a nondischargeability order, but entered its order without prejudice to Harrington’s renewing the motion on some other ground.  The order was immediately appealable.