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Failure to get copy of order doesn't give debtor "excuse" (access required)

Even though a bankrupt lawyer argued that he never received a copy of a court order in an adversary proceeding, he may not file a late appeal, a federal bankruptcy judge in Roanoke has ruled. The court held his failure to receive notice did not constitute "excusable neglect," the standard a bankruptcy court must use under ...

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