I Think the Commission on Judicial Conduct is State Courts, This is federal court. I wonder how long a complaint take to process.
Ok Thanks I will give it a try.
Just one more follow up, How could I find the most agressive debtor attonrey. That specializes in coming in and breaking up the tight relationships that develop in these smaller bankrupcy courts over the years.
I always seem to be on the outside of the club and I am being persued by a single creditor that of course is a club member.
They would have to be some distance from my area and probally not care to come back.
Do they have publications were Bankruptcy attorneys discuss situations etc? were I could see who might be fit the bill.
Did I pay for these last Questions ? ( yesterday)
I have another question, Not sure if I sould use reply or statrt a new questions?
Can a Bankruptcy Judge dismiss a chapter 11 case at a hearing, from the Bench in a Verbal order without any mention to when the order can be executed(ie Immediate or under rule 62 after 10 days stay). Also the Judge has no intention to file a written order to memorialize the verbal order.
Thereby creditors just after the Hearing start executing state court remedies, such as order to show cause etc.
I was looking at rule 62 federal law, it is a automatic 10 days stay on Judgments and I beleve orders unless order other wise
Do you think this would apply ?
Thanks sorry for the delay I have been busy fighting the wolves
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