Every once in a great while, a bankruptcy court opinion is published that is as entertaining as it is instructive, and therefore deserves wide circulation, with little extraneous comment. Such an opinion is that by Chief Judge Emeritus A. Jay Cristol of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Florida in the case of In re Hal Ray Riddle and Deloris Argelene Riddle, Chapter 7, Southern District of Florida, Miami Division, dated July 17. The opinion, in its entirety, reads as follows:

“Sua sponte order determining debtors’ compliance with filing requirements of Section 521(a)(l).

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