Thanks for answering my question and it seems that it can be read in several different ways. It does have a judge's signature (The following is cut and pasted from the motion):
CAME ON for consideration the De. tor's Second Motion To Reinstate Stay for
Creditor Wells fargo Bank (the "Motion") and appeared counsel for the Debtor and
counsel for Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Sue essor by Merger to Wells Fargo Home
Mortgage, Inc., its assigns and/or Successor in Interest ("WeUs Fargo"). The parties
announced that all issues and alleged causes . faction the Debtor raised and/or could have
raised have been resolved and the Court, aft r hearing the announcement of counsel has
determined that the terms oftbis Agreed Ord r should be granted. It is therefore,
ORDERED that the Motion is denied s MOOT. It is further ORDERED that the Subslitutc Trustee
' Deed No. 20060058300141} dated March
13.2002, shall be rescinded, It is further
ORDERED that Wells [:argo shall, in eo d Mill, negotiate with (he Debtor, through
its Loss Mitigation Depaartment; in an attempt to cure any arrearages due and owing under the note.
We go to a hearing on the 22nd and the attorney I now have is not sure about what will happen. The whole point is that I have proven that there has not been a missed payment since the original bankruptcy. How can Wells Fargo still keep trying to foreclose?