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My question is how many motion am I allowed filing in a Adversary Proceedings? If a Judge makes a ruling can I file a motion to Vacate? Or once he makes up his mine that’s it?
A: An adversary proceeding in bankruptcy court is a full-blown federal lawsuit with all of the same rules as any other lawsuit, except that there is no trial by jury, and the case is heard by the bankruptcy judge (with limited exceptions). You can file as many motions as you want, on whatever subject matter you wish, as long as it's related to the lawsuit.
I have one of my hearings on 12/18/12 and everyone has already said that I didn't file my motion with in 28 days.... I filed on 11/29/12 and hearing is on 12/18/12, I let my attorney go because I could not afford him on 11/26/12. He never filed a motion for me.
A: I assume that you mean you filed a "motion to alter or amend judgment." If the motion is filed untimely, it's considered a motion for relief from judgment (FRCP 60(b)). Which doesn't mean you can't be heard at a hearing, so I don't know what you've been told, but if I'm understanding correctly, then you may have been misinformed.
Hope this helps.
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