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Rule 26(f) Applicable to Adversary Proceedings

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Thank you for tuning in to the E-Discovery Nuts and Bolts Audioblog. I am your host, Anthony Johnson. In this audioblog, we will continue our theme surrounding the Rule 26(f) conference. Most folks are unaware that Rule 26(f) is also applicable to Adversary Proceedings in a Bankruptcy filing. The Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure ("FRBP") classify disputes into three categories: (1) contested involuntary proceedings: (2) "adversary proceedings" (as described in Rule 7001 and governed by Part VII of the FRBP), and (3) "contested matters". For purposes of and in relation to e-discovery, as it relates to foreclosure resolution, we will focus on adversary proceedings.If you are in a non-judicial foreclosure state, bankruptcy may be the only logical opportunity to stave off a foreclosure sale. Under Rule 7001, the following proceedings are included: to recover money or property; to determine the extent and validity of a lien on real property; quiet title; injunctive relief, or declaratory relief, just to name a few options.For more information on how to utilize the FRBP Adversary Proceedings clause in a non-judicial foreclosure situation, contact A. Johnson & Associates, LLC at 888-502-0586 or email at ajohnson@ediscoverynow.net.DISCLAIMER: We are not attorneys. We are not engaged in rendering legal advice. We are E-Discovery Solutions Specialists. If legal advice is required, the assistance of a competent, qualified legal professional should be obtained.