If the rules and laws of a court allow a party to bring a petition, and that petition is dismissed with an explanation but with no mention of "prejudice," can the petitioner refile what is substantively the same petition with the same court?
I.e., can one file a new petition requesting the same action even if the facts underlying the matter have not changed (but, perhaps, the petitioner learned enough from the original dismissal to file a more effective petition)?
Or must one always use the appeals process for the court if one wants "another shot" at what is substantively the same matter?
(An example I'm looking at right now is a PA 506(B)2 Petition. Naturally the Rules don't address this question, and at least here court officers never answer substantive questions regarding rules or process!)