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Motion For Loss Mitigation 39 - Pennsylvania

Motion For Loss Mitigation Form. This is a Pennsylvania form and can be used in USBC Western Federal .
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IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA In Re: : : Debtor : : : Movant : : v. : : : Respondent (if none, then "No Respondent") : Bankruptcy No. Chapter MOTION FOR LOSS MITIGATION 1. The Debtor(s) in this case hereby request the commencement of the Court's Loss Mitigation Program (LMP) as set forth in W.PA.LBR 9020-1 through 9020-7 with respect to property located at: [FULL ADDRESS OF THE ELIGIBLE PROPERTY]. 2. 3. 4. The Creditor is [FULL NAME OF CREDITOR] and [is / is not] registered on the Portal. The Creditor is the holder of a [first / second / third] mortgage. A Certification of LMP Eligibility and Readiness (Local Bankruptcy Form 40) and a Proposed Loss Mitigation Order (Local Bankruptcy Form 41) are attached to this Motion pursuant to W.PA.LBR 9020-2(c). 5. Pursuant to W.PA.LBR 9020-2(d), any objection to the relief requested herein must be filed within fourteen (14) days of service of the Motion. Date: _______________________ Signed: _________________________________________ On behalf of: _____________________________________ Name of Debtor(s) ________________________________________________ Name of Attorney - Typed ________________________________________________ Postal Address of Attorney ________________________________________________ Email Address of Attorney ________________________________________________ Phone Number of Attorney ________________________________________________ Attorney's Bar I.D. and State of Admission PAWB Local Form 39 (04/14) Page 1 of 1 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com
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