Pursuant to Local Rule 5005-1(G)(1)(c), the prevailing party in a hearing or trial shall submit a proposed order, in the manner directed by the court, conforming to the decision of the court, not later than 4:30 p.m. on the seventh day following the hearing or trial. If a party fails to timely submit a proposed order, the court may dismiss the underlying matter for failure to prosecute or take other action.
UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
C. Clyde Atkins United States Courthouse
301 N. Miami AvenueCourtroom: 7 / Chambers: Room 717
Miami, FL 33128
None at this time.
Judge Cristol does not entertain any oral or ex parte communications. Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 9003 prohibits ex parte communications with the judge by any party in interest regarding any matter affecting a particular case.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES MAY ANY PARTICIPANT RECORD OR BROADCAST THE PROCEEDINGS CONDUCTED BY THE BANKRUPTCY COURT
A WAIVER OF THE COURTCALL FEES CAN BE APPROVED FOR PRO SE PARTIES WHO HAVE PREVIOUSLY BEEN GRANTED IN FORMA PAUPERIS STATUS, PARTIES REPRESENTED BY LEGAL SERVICES ON A PRO BONO BASIS, AND CERTAIN GOVERNMENTAL ENTITIES, IF REQUESTED PRIOR TO THE HEARING AND APPROVED BY JUDGE CRISTOL. IF SUCH REQUEST IS APPROVED, THE COURT WILL NOTIFY COURTCALL PRIOR TO THE HEARING OF SUCH WAIVER OF FEE