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When an administrative court dismisses a case for Lack of Prosecution(LOP) in Fla., a trial court can not reinstate a case(?). This is after a plaintiff(bank) files an answer to the administrative court's dismissal notice and then a defendant files a successful objection to plaintiff's answer to a LOP dismissal notice. This is in Fla.(?). There is case law.
N.J. has the same procedure. We have an administrative court that issues LOP in foreclosure(F/C), one year, and law division cases, 4 months. We had a BK case in N.J. whereby the defendant had his F/C case dismissed due to LOP and that's it. I believe the defendant filed the LOP in trail court. The administrative court had not invoked the LOP. The courts are so corrupt in N.J. that defendants with or without their attorneys will not or do not know that an administrative Order that dismisses for LOP can not allow a trial court authority to reinstate a case after it has been dismissed by an Administrative Court(?). A new complaint needs to be filed, not reinstated(?).
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