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06-15749 - Ali Joobeen


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06-15749 - Ali Joobeen
May 23, 2007
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Memorandum Opinion : Upon consideration of (A) the following motions filed by judgment creditor Michael Tsokas: (1) Motion for Relief from Automatic Stay ("ALi Relief Motion") in case no. 06-15749 commenced by Ali Joobeen (the "Ali Case"); (2) Motion for Relief from Automatic Stay ("Jian Relief Motion") in case no. 06-15752 commenced on behalf of Joan Joobeen (the "Jian Case") and (3) Motion to Dismiss Case in the Ali Case (" Ali Dismiss Motion"); and (B) Motion to Dismiss Case in the Jian Case ("Jian Dismiss Motion") filed by the Chapter 13 trustee; after notice and hearing, and for reasons stated in the accompanying Memorandum Opinion; It is Hereby Ordered and Decreed that: 1. The Ali and Jian Dismiss Motions are Granted. Ali Joobeen and Jian Joobeen or any trustee or guardian of Jian Jobeen may not file further bankruptcy petitions without leave of this Court. 2. Any bankruptcy petition subsequenly filed shall not serve as a state law proceedings with respect to the real property located at 3315 Park Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 3. Except as provided in paragraph 2 above, the Ali and Jian Relief Motions are MOOT. (related document(s)8). (D., Stacey)
May 6, 2008
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Order Re: Memorandum Opinion Order Re:The District Court requesting clarification on four issues,which this Court has addressed in the accompanying Memorandum Opinion and consistent with the clarification provided by the accompanying Memorandum Opinion, the May 23 Order requiring amendment in certain respects;It is ORDERED and DECREED that 1.) Paragraph 1 of the May 23 Order is amended to add"on Jian's behalf" after "any trustee or guardian of Jian Joobeen." 2.) Paragraph 2 of the May 23 Order is amended to add "for a period of 180-days from the date of this Order" after "Philadelphia, PA. (D., Stacey)