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If I have been found individually to be a vextious litigant

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If I have been found individually to be a vextious litigant in a state district court. Can I still individually file as pro per a motion for leave in the bankruptcy court so that I can sue the trustee in state court?
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Bankruptcy Law
Expert:  socrateaser replied 6 years ago.
The fact that you are a vexatious litigant in state court has nothing to do with your standing in federal Bankruptcy court. Similarly, the bankruptcy court's leave to sue has nothing to do with your standing as a vexatious litigant in state court.

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