I filed motion to stay of an order to stop foreclosure in Appeals Civil Court and Appellee filed opposition to that. But Appeals court denied my motion to stay of an order to stop foreclosure even before 7 days appellant's response period. If I file petition for rehearing, is the stay of an order automatically granted? Also can I file a motion to stay of an order to prevent foreclosure in the Federal District Court?
I would need more information but if the appeals court denied your motion there is probably very little that you can do. Speak with a local attorney asap.
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Need more information. Did you own this house? Did you attempt to move it to housing Court? Last resort is to talk with a bankruptcy attorney to see if they can help, if this is your first bankruptcy an automatic stay for 120 days goes into effect, which can be heard on a motion by the lender to have relief from the stay to foreclose.
I agree with the others that there is too little information to answer you. Whether you can seek a stay in the District Court depends on the reason for denial by the Single Justice in the Appeals Court. If it was because you did not first seek it in the District Court then you may have a shot in the court below, although that would depend on facts and circumstances beyond the scope of your question. If it was for substantive reasons, I agree with the other responder that it is unlikely to have a shot below. If the appeal did not itself auto stay anything, I'm not sure I understand your question about the petition for rehearing.
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