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Trustees and practitioners need to prepare for the new rules which take effect on December 1st. This webinar will focus not only on the rules but on the best ways for creditors, trustees and debtors to respond to the requirements imposed. title: implementation of Changes to Bankruptcy Rules 3001(c) and 3002.1 Date: Wednesday, November 30, 2011
In a case where notice of insufficient assets to pay a dividend has been given to creditors pursuant to subdivision (e) of this rule, after 90 days following the mailing of a notice of the time for filing claims pursuant to Rule 3002(c)(5), the court may direct that notices be mailed only to the entities specified in the preceding sentence.
The changes to Rule 3001 of the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure require notices relating to claims secured by a mortgage on a debtor’s principal residence, impose new obligations on mortgage holders, servicers and their attorneys for claims involving borrowers who are individual debtors in current and new bankruptcy cases.
Effective December 1, 2017, certain amendments to the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure ("the Bankruptcy Rules") recently adopted by the Supreme Court will impact the allowance of secured claims in bankruptcy. Below, we focus on the amendments to bankruptcy rule 3002, which will serve to:
Come December, the requirements surrounding notices of payment change ("PCNs") for certain mortgage loans in bankruptcy will change. The Supreme Court, on April 28, 2016, adopted various proposed amendments to the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure, including amendments to the language of Rule 3002.1 aimed at clarifying when a secured creditor must file a payment change notice ("PCN.
IMPLEMENTATION OF CHANGES TO BANKRUPTCY RULES 3001(c) and 3002.1 WEBINAR till 12/9/11 Regarding Local Bankruptcy Administrative Order No. 11-08 rules 2015-5(a) and 3001-2 / ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER REGARDING INTERIM AMENDMENTS TO local bankruptcy rules 2015-1(a) AND 3001-2 On December 1, 2011, new Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 3002.1 becomes.
Trustees and practitioners need to prepare for the new rules which take effect on December 1st. This webinar will focus not only on the rules but on the best ways for creditors, trustees and debtors to respond to the requirements imposed. Title: Implementation of Changes to Bankruptcy Rules 3001(c) and 3002.1 Date: Wednesday, November 30, 2011