If you received a letter for a motion to dismiss for the debtor's failure to obtain timely confirmation of the plan can you get that reversed?
Confirmation bias. You best remember events that confirm your thinking and forget events that challenge it. So when your sister does better than you, you remember the event as a confirmation of your previous theory, while you tend to dismiss situations where you have taken the lead. Other cognitive fallacies and biases are probably involved as well.
Generally, if the decree absolute has not yet been entered you can file a Motion to Dismiss and the Judgment will be undone. The law varies in different jurisdictions. You should contact the court immediately. Generally, if the decree absolute has not yet been entered you can file a Motion to Dismiss and the Judgment will be undone. The law varies in different jurisdictions. You should contact the court immediately. Generally, if the decree absolute…
Can you ask to have your Chapter 13 bankruptcy dismissed before your confirmation hearing because you want to sell your home?
Dismiss "with leave" means the case is dismissed, but the plaintiff may re-file to (hopefully) fix whatever was incomplete or otherwise lacking in the original filing. Dismiss with leave is contrasted with dismiss on the merits, which means the case is dismissed and the plaintiff may not re-file. Thus the plaintiff has lost the case.
The appearance of Paul before Caesar is mentioned in Acts of the Apostles, which does not provide any reliable information as to when this would have occurred. There is no confirmation of the appeal to Caesar and the journey to Rome, in Paul's own epistles, leading some scholars to challenge the historicity of Acts and dismiss this as novelistic fiction.
The answer is both yes and no. You cannot just "fire" or "dismiss" the judge because you do not like them or think they will act impartial. You can, however, submit a motion for the judge to recuse themselves when you can prove that the judge acted in a biased and partial manner (such as the Judge grants motions to dismiss very frequently for whites for improper evidence and declines to review those same potions…