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Can you explain in layman's terms what a "Receiver's motion to terminate receivership (no funds disburse), and proposed order?

This seems to originate from a credit credit card debt, though we have never received anything notice, mail or certified letter about a court case. We're not sure what's going on. Thx!

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Kevin J.

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