Past Local Rules. The following general orders remain in effect for the Bankruptcy Court in the Eastern District of California. The following General Orders adopted Local Bankruptcy Rules or amended those rules. They are of historical importance in that they enact, amend, or rescind local rules.
Many car owners want the case handled by the judge in California. contend the bankruptcy court order shouldn’t bar their claims. On May 16, Gerber ordered the plaintiffs and the carmaker to file.
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