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What is the difference between a Motion to Transfer Case Intra-District and a regular Motion to Transfer Case?

A Motion to Transfer Case Intra-District is a motion to keep the case within the Northern District of Florida, but to transfer it to a different division than it is current assigned (i.e., Tallahassee Division to Panama City Division). A regular Motion to Transfer Case is a motion to transfer the case to another district (i.e., Middle or Southern District of Florida or to another state). An intra-district transfer usually does not require a hearing.

Pursuant to N.D. Fla. LBR 1014-1 (Change of Venue), attorneys desiring to transfer a new Chapter 7 or 13 case petition to another division within the Northern District of Florida must select the division where they want the case administered during case opening and contemporaneously file a Motion to Transfer.


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