Forrester et al v. MidFirst Bank

Case Number: 2:2018mc01392
Filed: February 8, 2019
Court: US District Court for the Northern District of Alabama
Office: Southern Office
Nature of Suit: Bankruptcy Withdrawl
Cause of Action: 28:1334 Bankruptcy Appeal

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February 8, 2019 Opinion or Order Filing 10 MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER - This case is before the Court on MidFirst Banks amended motion to withdraw the general order of reference pertaining to an adversary proceeding that the Forresters filed against MidFirst in bankruptcy court. (Doc. 4 ). The Court grants MidFirsts motion to withdraw the general order of reference with respect to the Forresters adversary proceeding because MidFirst has shown good cause for doing so. Also pending before the Court is the parties joint motion to consoli date. (Doc. [9)]. The parties motion to consolidate does not offer a reason for a deviation from this Courts practice. (Doc. 9 ). Therefore, the Court denies without prejudice the parties joint motion to consolidate the related adversarial proceedings before Judge Burke. Judge Burke should decide whether the parties can show good cause for an exception to the Courts practice.Signed by Judge Madeline Hughes Haikala on 2/8/2019. (KEK)

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