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  • What if I don't agree with an order that is entered by the court? Alaska

    You may do one of two things: file a Motion for Reconsideration, or file a Notice of Appeal. Both documents must be filed within 10 calendar days of the date that the order or judgment was entered. In a Notice of Appeal, the party filing the appeal, the appellant, wishes to reverse or change the order or judgment entered by the court. The Notice of Appeal along with the filing fee (see fee schedule) must be filed within 10 calendar days of the order or judgment being entered. Appeals are automatically referred to the Bankruptcy Appellate Panel, or BAP, unless the party filing the appeal also files an election to have the appeal be heard by the U.S. District Court. The appellant's election to U.S. District Court must be a separate document and must be filed at the same time the appeal is filed. If the party filing the appeal does not elect to have the appeal heard by the U.S. District Court, other parties to the appeal (the appellees) may do so, but there are time limitations on when this can be done. More information about appeals can be found in the BAP Litigant's Manual, found on our web site. Appeals can be lengthy and complicated procedures. Seeking the advice of an attorney is recommended.
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