Quakertown, PA asked in Federal Crimes and Patents (Intellectual Property) for Florida

Q: On Appeal to District Appellate Court my case was VACATED and REMANDED back to the Bankruptcy Court. The Court REFUSED.

The Bankruptcy Court said I owed

Payment s to my plan . My case was ruled against me and ended before the Appeal the Appellate Court decided the Vacate Remand Order. The Bankruptcy Judge who did so was removed from his cases before he made the decision.

I have unquestionable evidence of Fraud on the Court. Case involved

$500,000 owed me from the sale of my buy to a NASDAQ Corp.

2 Lawyer Answers
Kevin E. Flynn
Kevin E. Flynn
  • Patents Lawyer
  • Pittsboro, NC

A: This question was posted as a question on patents (inventions). That is not the right topic. You may get better answers if you post this as a bankruptcy question.

Good Luck

Kevin E Flynn

Terrence H Thorgaard
Terrence H Thorgaard
  • Freeeport, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: You should ask your bankruptcy attorney, if you have one. If the bankruptcy order was vacated and remanded, it means that the bankruptcy court (another judge, apparently) is to consider the issue again.

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