What is to be made of the following Order to Strike document ?
Memorandum In Support of 82 Motion for Order to Show Cause Re: Contempt Filed By Debtor filed by Debtor on 3/28/13 and 4/2/13 is/are STRICKEN and will have no legal effect, for the reason(s) stated below:
Your correspondence appears to require legal advice. The court is forbidden by federal law from giving legal advice as it must remain neutral. Your situation may require a formal adversary proceeding, a fee, and certain documents (e.g., Complaint and Coversheet − see Fed. RuleBankr. Proc. 7001). If so, you must comply with the attached instructions. It is suggested you see an attorney at once!
**Please refer to the enclosed Court's correspondence dated February 25, 2013.The document(s) must be filed properly in order to have any legal effect or for the court to take anyaction.2. Any fees accompanying the document(s) will not be refunded but will be applied to the document ifrefiled.3. Refiling − effective date of corrected filing:To refile the document(s), you must (a) file a new document that corrects the defect that was the reasonfor striking; AND (b) include the full filing fee, if required (unless the fee was already paid); AND (c)serve any copies as required by court rules. The new document will be entered on the docket as filed onthe new date of tender, and will not be considered an amendment to any previously filed document,unless you comply with either ¶4 or 5 below.4. Refiling − effective date of original filing:If you need the corrected document to be deemed filed as of the date of the original filing, you must filewith the court within the later of 7 days from the "Filed" date of this order or any other period specified in¶1 above BOTH:(a) a new document that corrects the defect that was the reason for striking AND(b) a certification that copies of both (i) this order and (ii) the corrected document(s) were served on allparties that were served with a copy of the original document(s) listed in ¶1 above.Any time deadlines such as time to file responsive documents or to set hearings will be tolled and notbegin to run until the filing date of the corrected document.5. Inability to file corrected document:If you cannot timely file a corrected document as provided in ¶4 above, you may request reconsiderationof this order striking the document or action. To request reconsideration, you must file with the court within 7 days of the "Filed" date of this order, or any other period specified in ¶1 above, a written requestthat the court reconsider the Order Striking Document(s)/Action. The reconsideration request must (a)clearly set forth all grounds for failing to timely file a corrected document as described in ¶4 above AND(b) include a certification that a copy of the request was served on all parties that were served with acopy of the original document(s) listed in ¶1 above.
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