Attorney-at-Law

NOW I’M REALLY CONFUSED

In Uncategorized on 09/27/2016 at 15:26

Ch J L. Paige (“Iron Fist”) Marvel is at one and the same time grabbing the sixty buck filing fee with her signature Iron Fist, as in Harold B. Rhoney, Docket No. 30518-15S, filed 9/27/16, and handing it back with Iron Fist wide open in Ethel M. Stewart, Docket No. 9223-16, filed 9/27/16.

Ethel timely sent in one page of a SNOD, which served to get her a docket number and an order to file a proper petition and pay the filing fee. She didn’t, and got another chance. She then sent in the sixty bucks, and Ch J Iron Fist gave her an order, at no extra charge, telling her to file a proper petition.

She didn’t. So Ch J Iron Fist orders the Clerk of the Court to send Ethel her money back.

Now Harold also filed an imperfect petition, with no filing fee.

Ch J Iron Fist “…directed petitioner to file an Amended Petition and to pay the Court’s $60.00 filing fee or submit an application for waiver thereof. Subsequently, petitioner paid the filing fee. However, because no Amended Petition was received, the Court by Order dated August 16, 2016, afforded petitioner a final opportunity to file an Amended Petition and thereby to avoid dismissal of this case. Petitioner has failed to do so.” Order, at p. 1.

So does Harold get his money back, like Ethel?

No, the order only states his case is dismissed.

Now see my blogpost “New Sheriff In Town,” 6/7/16.

When does a petitioner get back a filing fee? When is a filing fee waived if no request for waiver is made? Where are the rules governing these matters to be found?

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