Attorney-at-Law

GROUNDS FOR DISMISSAL – GROUNDED

In Uncategorized on 12/29/2017 at 13:28

Perhaps failing to respond to an IRS motion for leave to file an amendment to its answer out of time isn’t grounds to dismiss one’s petition after all.

Y’all will surely remember Katarzyna Kruczak, Docket No. 21469-17S, filed 12/27/17, in its original version, as more particularly bounded and described in my blogpost “Grounds for Dismissal,” 12/27/17.

It’s not that long ago, guys.

Well, today Ch J L Paige (“Iron Fist”) Marvel calls back the early order. Apparently it was the result of a “clerical error,” and not even an inadvertent clerical error. And there was some other cause as well.

Here’s the link: Katarzyna Kruzcak, Docket No. 21469-17S, filed 12/29/17.

But trust Ch J L Paige (“Iron Fist”) Marvel. The corrected version appears 1/2/18. Katarzyna Kruzcak, Docket No. 21469-17S, filed 1/2/18.

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