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You can file a motion in the bankruptcy court to clarify the record. You can file a complaint with the US Trustee's office.
the link to the UST is here
that is the california district
Did you have any other questions?
I have to run to court, if you have any further questions, I'll get them when I get back and will respond. thanks
i want to go above the local us trustee's office. where can i get a sample of a motion to clarify the record. the judge has a longstanding relationshi with this trustee and is well known for being extemely anti-debtor
There are no 'sample' documents unfortunately, you'll just have to set out your case and your request for relief.
IF you don't wish to use the local US trustee's office, you can contact the national trustee director . info here:
you can file a response to the declaration with the false statements. Your local bankruptcy clerk may have a help desk to guide you as to format
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