Southern District Bankruptcy Court to cease certain Chapter 13 notices

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The Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Indiana will no longer issue notices of impending closure without discharge in Chapter 13 cases.

Clerk Kevin Dempsey announced Thursday the notices will no longer be issued after March 17.

The notice is sent only in Chapter 13 cases lacking proof of completion of the required financial management course, and/or for failure of the debtor(s) to file documents required pursuant to S.D .Ind. B−4004−1(b), according to Dempsey. The Chapter 13 trustee’s notice of plan completion serves the same purpose, and will continue to be filed and sent to debtors and/or their counsel, he said.


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