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What do you mean by P's and A's. All you need to do is file a Motion to Reinstate Case and describe all those issues and the court should reinstate. You should file the documents that you were required to file that led to the dismissal along with the Motion to Reinstate and reference in the motion that you did so. Was there something else specifically you were looking for?
You really dont need points and authorities for a motion to reinstate. Just ask that the case be reinstated pursuant to 11 U.S.C. Sec. 105 which is the broad equitable powers of the court. There is no specific rule regarding reinstatement. It is more important to give the facts and you don't need excruciating detail for that either. The biggest thing the court will want is to see that the documents that were missing have been filed.
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