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Plaintiffs motion overrules motion for relief?
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How do you respond to a motion for relief of stay?
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How do you file a rebuttal for relief from bankruptcy stay?
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What is the answer to a rebus puzzle with the words rule rule at the bottom of the box?
What is a withdrawal of motion for relief of stay?
Motion for Relief of Stay - a motion filed with the Bankruptcy Court from a creditor that asks the court to allow the creditor to proceed with any collections upon property that was put on hold due to bankruptcy Withdrawl of motion for relief - creditor tells the court "never mind" basically on the motion that was filed for a variety of reasons. An example of a reason to withdraw would be that a motion for relief was filed in error because a debt is actually current, not in default.
What is dismiss motion for relief from stay?
A stay is like a legal "hold" placed for a purpose. If the party that is "held" objects to the "hold" placed on it by a court, that party can petition the court for relief from the stay. They can ask, can make a motion, that the stay be lifted. That's the motion of relief from the stay. If the court then reviews the motion and decides not to "change its mind" regarding the reason it issued the stay, the court will dismiss the motion for relief from the stay. The stay will remain in place.
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Which is correct plaintiffs consent or plaintiffs' consent?
How do you spell the plural of plaintiffs and employers?
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Where would you put the apostrophe in Plaintiffs Complaint?
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What is a notice of withdrawal of plaintiffs motion for partial summary judgment?
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What does the plaintiff in a civil case want from the defendant in a civil case?
In a word, money. Legally, they seek "compensation" for their losses. Not all plaintiffs seek money damages (called "legal relief") from defendants, although this is the most common. Many times, plaintiffs seek what is called "equitable relief" Equitable relief is granted when legal relief, i.e. money, is inadequate to compensate a plaintiff for the harm done. Examples of equitable relief are restraints, injunctions, specific performance of contracts, declaratory judgments, divorces, will invalidations, foreclosures, partitions, ejectments, appointments of receivers, cease and desist orders, shareholder derivative actions and other types of remedies that may have to be individually crafted to properly compensate the plaintiff.
What is motion for relief in a divorce case?
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What is motion for a directed verdict?
The Motion is what the party uses to move (ask) the Court to do something (i.e., MOTION for Directed Verdict). The moving party files the Motion for Directed Verdict where the jury has come back with a finding that the evidence and/or testimony did not support. Say for instance the Plaintiff did not carry its burden of proof. So to prevent a miscarriage of justice, the Judge basically overrules the Jury and DIRECTS a VERDICT.
How do you file a motion for relief?
If you are talking about a motion for relief from stay in a bankruptcy case, the exact procedures and forms vary by district. Most local bankruptcy courts will have detailed rules post on their website. Some courts let you file the motion leave it up to the debtor to object to the motion and request a hearing. Others require the moving party to schedle a hearing with the court first.
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What is a Defendant's reply to a plaintiff's surrebuttal called?
What if the court grants a motion for relief from stay?
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What is it called when the Constitution overrules all other laws?
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What is the plural possessive of the word plaintiff?
Can you collect payment from someone going through bankruptcy?
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What does motion for relief relief from stay fee amount 150.00 filed by creditor Iowa law?
When you filed your bankruptcy, the court issued an automatic stay which prevents any creditor from moving forward with collection efforts. For whatever reason, this particular creditor wants to proceed with collection and it must request the permission of the bankruptcy court by filing the motion for relief from automatic stay.
Is it legal for a credit company attorney to be sending relief from stay motion papers directly to the creditor instead of the attorney which represents the creditor that has filed chapter 13?
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If a judge agrees with an objection what does he say?
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What is an objection to a motion for relief from stay?