How do you remove a dismissal from your credit report?
If you are referring to a dismissal from a job, I do not think that should be there. I have never heard of the dismissal from employment being on a bankruptcy. I would consult an attorney on this. ...
Asked in Bankruptcy Law
Can a collector collect on a judgment after dismissal of a Chapter 13?
Dismissal yes, Discharge, probably not.
Asked in Law & Legal Issues
What is the process of dismissal with reference to substantive fairness?
What is the process of dismissal with reference to substantive fairness?"
Asked in Debt Collection, Civil Lawsuits
What does case dismissed with disposition of request for dismissal mean?
Complaint dismissed as to Swanson, Pamela with disposition of Request for Dismissal. what does case dimissed with disposition of request for dismissal mean ...
Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
What has the author Geoffrey de Nyst Clark written?
Geoffrey de Nyst Clark has written: 'Remedies for unjust dismissal' -- subject(s): Dismissal of Employees, Employees, Dismissal of ...
Asked in Business Writing
How do you write a response to a dismissal letter reason for leaving employment?
To answer the question, the circumstances stated in the dismissal letter or what type of response you would make to a dismissal letter must be known. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, New York, New York City
What does felony dismissal really mean in new york city?
It depends on the type of the dismissal. Dismissal WITH prejudice means that the charges cannot be brought against that defendant again.. Dismissal WITHOUT prejudice means that the charges MAY be re-filed against the defendant. ...
What is a dismissal without prejudice?
A dismissal without prejudice is the dismissal of a lawsuit but allowing the lawsuit to be refiled or reinstated at a later date. This type of a dismissal is one where there has been no ruling on the merits of the case. The dismissal is based on the party not doing something he or she is supposed to do during the course of the litigation, like providing discovery on time. The dismissal without prejudice is used as a sanction by the...
What is a foreclosure dismissal?
Foreclosure dismissal is a simple foreclosure challenge that can be filed to the foreclosure complaint even without an attorney. Added: A foreclosure dismissal is a court order dismissing a foreclosure action. ...
Asked in Child Support, Divorce and Marriage Law
What is a judgment of dismissal under pb 14-3 notices sent?
what is JUDGMENT OF DISMISSAL UNDER PB 14-3 NOTICES SENT - COURT ORDERED DISMISSAL ONLy ...
Asked in Statutes of Limitations, Calgary
In Alberta Canada what is the statute of limitations on wrongful dismissal?
In Alberta Canada what is the statutes of limitations for wrongful dismissal ...
Asked in Criminal Law
How do you get dismissal after deferred adjudication?
Meeting the requirements of the deferred adjudication in full can allow a person to get a dismissal. The dismissal may only be done after the community service, counseling, probation, or treatment programs, are completed. ...
Asked in Court Procedure
What does this mean Case disposed with disposition of request for dismissal?
It means exactly what it says. It was disposed of due to a request for dismissal. What you REALLY need to find out is - was the dismissal WITH prejudice or WITHOUT prejudice. IT MAKES A DIFFERENCE. ...
Asked in Criminal Law
Do you still have criminal record if order for dismissal is granted?
Yes, an order for dismissal does not wipe out the record. For that you would need to petition the court to have the record expunged. ALSO: A LOT depends on WHAT KIND of dismissal you received. Dismissal WITHOUT prejudice means the same charge can be re-instituted against you again. Dismissal WITH prejudice means that that same charge can't be brought against you again for that particular offense. ...
What does it mean when a court case is dismissed?
It means that the case is over. If the dismissal was with prejudice, it cannot be filed again. If the dismissal was without prejudice, it may either be refiled or reinstated once the reason for the dismissal has been rectified. ...
Asked in Civil Lawsuits, Court Procedure
What is a motion to vacate dismissal?
A motion to vacate dismissal is a request made to the court to "re-open" a case. There is an order of dismissal if a party failed to appear for a hearing, if it is determined by the court that a party has not stated a claim upon which relief may be granted or any number of other reasons. The party that the order of dismissal is against, will file this motion indicating justifiable reasons for which dismissal would be unjust to...