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Motion to Lift Stay of Proceedings-Landlord and Tenant

Motion to lift stay of proceedings in a county court eviction/FED case. For use where defendant files for bankruptcy after judgement for possession, but before writ of restitution is executed. Not applicable if defendant filed their bankruptcy properly, with required certification and posted rent payments with bankruptcy clerk. In that case, see my bankruptcy Motion for Relief for Stay.

$50.00
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Motion to Avoid Judicial Lien

Sold By : Joe Martinez

THE DEBTOR, by and through counsel Martinez, Law Firm, LLC, moves this court to avoid judicial lien by stating as follows:

1. Debtor commenced this case on October 19, 2011 by filing a voluntary petition for relief under Chapter 7 of Title 11 of the United States Code.

2. The debtor owns real property occupied as his home located at 5943 S. Tempe Way, Aurora, CO 80015, Arapahoe County Colorado. The debtor believes that the value of the homestead is $224,000 as stated in his schedules.

3. Pursuant to 28 USC 1334, this court has jurisdiction over this motion filed under 11 USC 522(f) to avoid and cancel three judicial liens, to wit:

$40.00
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Declaration of Custodian of Records

For use for when  authenticating business records or documents – such as local governments, vital records, medical, churches, business or organization archives etc.

$13.99
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Motion for Relief from Automatic Stay-Landlord and Tenant

Motion for Relief from Automatic Stay in Bankruptcy Court in a state court eviction/FED case.

$50.00
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Complaint to Determine Dischargeability of Debt Persuant to 11 U.S.C. 523(a)

Sold By : Leonard Martinez

A couple filed a bankruptcy against my client and since my client believed they perpetrated fraud against my client I filed this complaint in federal court to stop the bankruptcy from affecting my clients claims.

$59.99
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