Hello again Fritz.
How does a Debtor know if an order by a Judge is a "final order" for the purpose of an appeal (Fed.Bankr.P. 8001(b), 8003(a)vs. an Interlocutory order requiring a motion for leave to appeal pursuant to 28 USC 158(a)(3)?
Also, when filing a "Notice
of Appeal," my understanding that a "Separate Notice" of election to have the appeal heard in Federal District Court vs. by the Bankruptcy Appellant Panel 28 USC 158(c)(1)(B). What is the "Standard Caption" wording for this District Court "Election?"
Also, in a notice of Appeal; does one need to list ALL of the issues at Controversy" In detail" which they are seeking an appellate review of or is this a brief statement and the supported detailed argument is saved for the 1st Appellee Brief (Under 50 pages)? Dooes one also list the "relief being sought in the "notice of Appeal? Or is this saved for the Appellee brief?
Does all appeal notices need to be sent to the entire matrix or just the Trustee
and UST - - and their attorneys? Rule?
Do you know which Bankruptcy Judges are on the Appellant Panel for the middle District of Florida?
Can an indigent debtor request all fees associated with an appeal to be waived? If so, even in district court? Rule(s)?
If you would like to see where I am going with this; feel free to read Doc No.: 258 which was "continued to next week. (5 page document) 8:09-bk-27251-MGW.
Also, can an one appeal a Court's decision on an issue raised and advocated for orally in open court? Rule?
Do you know where the best place for me to go to find a well written sample bankruptcy appellate brief?
There is also one issue I might want to mediate vs. move forward with. What is the Fed.Bankr.P. Rule allowing for and describing the procedures to request such a mediation "order?" This is in relation to Doc. No.: 259 - -also to be heard next week. If mediation fails, I can always ask for jury trial on those issues as raised in Doc. 259.