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BAP Pro Se Appellants Brief (Bankruptcy Appellate Panel) - Official Federal Forms

BAP Pro Se Appellants Brief (Bankruptcy Appellate Panel) Form. This is a national form and can be used in 6th Circuit Court Of Appeals Circuit Court Of Appeals .
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UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE SIXTH CIRCUIT Case Number: Case Name: B.A.P. PRO SE APPELLANT'S BRIEF Directions: Answer the following questions about the appeal to the best of your ability. Use additional sheets of paper, if necessary, not to exceed 30 pages. Please type your answers double-spaced. You need not limit your brief solely to this form, but you should be certain that the document you file contains answers to the questions below. The Court prefers short and direct statements. Within the date specified in the briefing letter, you should return your completed brief to: United States Court of Appeals For The Sixth Circuit 532 Potter Stewart U.S. Courthouse 100 East Fifth Street Cincinnati, Ohio 45202-3988 1. Did the Bankruptcy Court incorrectly decide the facts? If so, what facts? 2. Do you think the Bankruptcy Court applied the wrong law? If so, what law do you want applied? 1/16 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit B.A.P. Pro Se Appellant's Brief 3. Do you feel that there are any others reasons why the Bankruptcy Court's judgment was wrong? If so, what are they? 4. What action do you want the Court to take in this case? 5. What specific issues do you wish to raise on appeal? I certify that a copy of this brief was sent to opposing counsel via U.S. Mail on the ____ day of _______________, 20__. Signature (Notary not required) American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com
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