Southern District local rules changing Feb. 10

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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Indiana has amended its local rules and those changes will take effect Feb. 10.

The order posted on the court’s website indicates minor edits were made to the proposed changes in response to a comment received for B-1007-2(a)(2), the new subparagraph setting a deadline for filing a motion to retain a noticing, balloting or claims agent in a Chapter 11 case (when the number of creditors exceeds 300).

The order also rescinds General Order 03-0011 because amendments to B-2081-2 eliminate the need for a separate general order concerning prepackaged Chapter 11 cases.

The amended local rules are available on the court’s website.


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