You can't file any legal action against the non-paying tenant until the chapter 13 has been dismissed or the court grants your relief from stay motion. You can also file a motion to have the entire case dismissed if the failure to pay rent is a breach of the chapter 13 plan. If the tenant is still in the property, you will want to file an eviction lawsuit and not a small claims lawsuit.
I am a plaintiff in a Small Claims Court case in Lakeland, Florida. The judge decided against me even though the only evidence was in my favor. I was told to file a motion to reconsider the verdict. What do you say? I do not know anything about motions.
Yes, technically. Anything that is in motion has the energy of motion. But remember, it has to be moving!
Anything in motion stays in motion, Anything at rest stays at rest.
If you first were filing a chapter 13 you can change that to a chapter 7, it is called "motion to convert".
on a motion to reconsider what information is needed in the motion area
with out friction, anything in motion would stay in motion. Law of Physics.
You file a motion to convert to chapter 7. If you are eligible, then the court should grant it.
Non periodic motion is motion that does not happen on a predictable basis. This could be the pattern for virtually anything.
No. There are no websites that you can use for stop motion editing without downloading anything.
The the Trustee can file a motion to dismiss your bk.
Anything that is in motion
The creditor is bound by the terms of the Chapter 13 plan. If the creditor doesn't file a proof of claim, then they don't get anything. If they are demanding money, the creditor could be in violation of the automatic stay and you can bring a motion for sanctions.
UNIFORM motion is motion at a constant speed and in a straight line. Anything else is non-uniform, and is called 'accelerated' motion.
File a motion to re-consider.
When you file for bankruptcy, you are protected by the "automatic stay" which prohibits creditors from taking action to collect the debt or from taking your property. In some cases, the creditor will ask the court for permission to continue efforts to collect the debt by requesting relief from the stay. This is usually done by a creditor who wants to continue foreclosure proceedings on a house or seek repossession of a vehicle. Landlords will also file for relief from stay to evict a nonpaying tenant.
motion of anything
one law is anything that is in motion stays in motion unless an object stops it
when doe the lawyer file a motion for a discharge
anything that has an arm
An object doesn't "want to" do anything. An object in motion has the natural tendency to remain in motion.
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The definition of variable motion is direction and/or changes in speed. This can refer to anything from walking to driving a car.
After the Chapter 13 plan has been successfully completed and the Trustee so certifies. Some courts require filing a motion or request for a discharge.
Do you mean motion for relief from stay? The automatic stay is placed into effect when someone / something (entity) files a bankruptcy petition. It is essentially an injunction preventing creditors from taking most actions to enforce their claims. A motion for relief from stay asks the court for permission to take action to enforce claims. It is most commonly filed to permit the creditor to enforce a lien / security interest.