Proposed Order

Rev. 1/15/2019



Miss. Bankr. L. R. 5005-1(a)(2)(D)(i) requires that "Every motion filed shall have as an attachment a proposed order granting the motion".


Effective December 15, 2015, for Judge Olack cases, when a motion does not have a proposed order attached the attorney must file the proposed order as a separate document.    


Note: Filing a proposed order separate from the motion does not eliminate the requirement to upload the proposed order to eOrders. The proposed order may be uploaded after the time period to file objections or responses expires. See eOrder Upload Process



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