Frumusa v. United States Bankruptcy Court Western District of New York
||United States Bankruptcy Court Western District of New York
||October 26, 2009
||US District Court for the Western District of New York
||Charles J. Siragusa
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||11 U.S.C. § 101 Bankruptcy
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|April 6, 2011
ORDER granting in part plaintiff's request 6 that this case be withdrawn and dismissed and the filing fee refunded. Because plaintiff seeks dismissal of the action and because he has failed to comply with the directives contained in this Court s Order of 1/8/10, this action is withdrawn and dismissed. There is no basis to "refund" the filing fee that is required of all litigants who commence civil actions and, therefore, that part of plaintiffs application is denied. ***CLERK TO FOLLOW UP. Signed by Hon. David G. Larimer on 4/6/11. (EMA)
|January 8, 2010
DECISION AND ORDER. ORDERED, that this action is stayed to allow Petitioner to retain counsel, or amend his petition as discussed above; and it is furtherORDERED, that unless Petitioner retains counsel by January 22, 2010, and the retained counsel fi les a notice of appearance, or unless Petitioner amends his Petition to seek relief only in the case or cases in which he is not attempting to represent corporate or partnership entities, by that date, the Court will dismiss this action.. Signed by Hon. Charles J. Siragusa on 1/8/10. (KAP)
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