Delay Discharge (Motion)

Fed. R. Bank. P.  4004(c)(2)

11 U.S.C. § 727

 

The court may, on motion of the debtor, delay the entry of an order granting a discharge for 30 days.  

 

There are instances when the debtor may not want to have the discharge granted on the normally scheduled discharge date. This is especially true when the debtor desires to reaffirm an obligation or to settle pending Code 523 nondischargable litigation. On motion of the debtor, the court may defer the entry of an order granting a discharge for 30 days and, on motion within that period, the court may defer entry of the order to a date certain.

 

Docket Event:

[Bankruptcy> Motions/Applications> Delay Discharge]

 

Requirements:

EE Cases

KMS Cases

NPO Cases

Motion with Certificate of Service

Motion with Certificate of Service

Motion with Certificate of Service

Proposed Order

Proposed Order

Proposed Order