I have a state court case that was removed to bankruptcy court and the bankruptcy court remanded it back. I looked at the service list on the remand order, and it did not include the state court. Who has the responsibility to provide notice to state court? If no one has, should I do it myself?
You mixed up the sequence in your question - I presume you mean who provides notice of the remand to the state court.
Typically, the clerk's office of a Bankruptcy Court will advise the state court by mailing a copy of the order to the court. The state court will not show up on a certificate of service or service list. An entry noting that a copy of the order has been sent to the state court often shows up on the bankruptcy court docket.
Does the order state anything about handling the order?
Others may have different experiences.
If in doubt, you can call the bankruptcy court clerk's office or even the Judge's chambers to confirm.
If it is important to you, then you can take the bankruptcy court order to the state court and file a motion to reopen the state court action.
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