Attorney-at-Law

“MISTER BLUE”

In Uncategorized on 08/03/2021 at 14:02

If you remember the debut of The Fleetwoods’ hit thus entitled, you definitely qualify for Social Security. Today we have a reprise of Rule 34(a)(1), 11/30/18 amendment, as it maybe applies and maybe doesn’t, as more particularly bounded and described in my blogpost “The Stealth Rule,” 8/2/21.

Once again, Ch J Maurice B (“Mighty Mo”) Foley is insisting upon paper filing of amended petitions. Once again, I am confused.

Here’s Jenny A. Stewart, Docket No. 16161-21, filed 8/3/21.

“…petitioner shall, on or before September 14, 2021, file with the Court in paper form (not electronic) a Ratification of Petition bearing an original signature (not a photocopy), preferably in blue ink….” Order, at p. 1.

Can petitions and amendments thereto be filed electronically? If so, does the rule we learned so long ago, that any permanent mark a person makes, however they make it, that evidences an intention to be bound, is a valid signature, still apply?

Or in Tax Court, do we call you Mister Blue?

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