BAY CITY BANKRUPTCY DEBTORS WITHOUT THE RIGHT ATTORNEY YOUR CASE COULD GET AN “ORDER DISMISSING CASE”
On March 10, 2011, the Court entered an order entitled “Order Regarding Apparent Improper Joinder of Debtors” (Docket # 12), which provided in relevant part: [T]he individual Debtor in this case must, no later than 7
days after the entry of this Order, file an amended bankruptcy
petition that removes all reference to any limited liability
partnership, so that it is clear that this entity has not filed
bankruptcy in this case.
AN ATTORNEY WAS RESPONSIBLE
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN
SOUTHERN DIVISION In re: Case No. 11-46148 ASAD SADALLAH FARAH, pro se, Chapter 7 Debtor. Judge Thomas J. Tucker Signed on March 28, 2011
PUT IN YOUR SCHEDULE EVERY PERSON OR ENTITY THAT YOU THINK YOU MIGHT OWE.
If the individual Debtor wishes to list in his individual schedules creditors whose debts are primarily the obligation of any of this entity, but with respect to which Debtor feels he might be also personally liable, nothing prevents him from
listing those debts and the creditors in his schedules.
YOUR CREDITORS HAVE A RIGHT TO KNOW
Further, no later than 7 days after the entry of this Order, Debtor must serve on all creditors: (1) a copy of this Order; (2) a copy of the amended bankruptcy petition; and (3) a notice stating that the only debtor in this case is the individual. Debtor then must file a proof of such service, no later than 7 days after the filing of this Order.
BANKRUPTCY IS STRICT LIABILITY PROCEDURE FOR THE DEBTOR.
If Debtor does not timely comply with all of the above requirements, the Court may dismiss this case, without further notice or hearing.
THE DEBTOR AND ATTORNEY WERE LATE AND DID NOT CORRECT THE PROBLEM
On March 18, 2011, a day past the deadline set by the Court’s Order, Debtor filed an amended voluntary petition for relief under Chapter 7 (Docket # 20). But that amended petition has the very same problem as the original petition (i.e., in the space which requires Debtor to list “All Other Names used by the Debtor in the last 8 years,” Debtor listed “Asad S. Farah, Attorney at Law, [and] Farah & Silvers, LLP”)(Docket # 20). And the Debtor did not file any certificate of service as required by the Court’s March 10 Order.
IF YOU AND YOUR ATTORNEY FAIL TO COMPLY WITH A COURT ORDER YOU BANKRUPTCY CAN BE DISMISSED AND THE CREDITORS COME BACK AFTER YOU
Because Debtor failed to comply with the Court’s March 10, 2010 Order,
IT IS ORDERED that this bankruptcy case is dismissed.
If you have questions contact Bay City Bankruptcy Attorney Terry R. Bankert. 810-235-1970 or http://www.attorneybankert.com