Objection to Claim

7/12/2016

 

Use this event when filing an

  • Objection to a Proof of Claim filed with the court. See Fed. R. Bankr. P. 3007(a)  
     

    • At a minimum the objection to proof of claim must provide: 

      • name of claimant;
      • claim number assigned on the claims register maintained by the clerk;
      • claim amount;
      • basis for the objection; and
      • amount of the claim, if any, to which there is no objection
  • Objection to a Pre-Petition Secured Claim in a chapter 13 case when a secured creditor has not filed a proof of claim and the debtor seeks to set the value of the secured claim for purposes of confirmation.  See 972 F.2d 639: In Re: Howard (Fifth Circuit Decision - 1992)
     

 

See Objection to Claim filed with Claims Agent for claims filed with a claims agent rather than the court.

 

 

Docket Events:

[Bankruptcy> Other > Objection to Claim]

[Bankruptcy> Claim Actions > Objection to Claim]

 

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Objection to Proof of Claim


Fed. R. Bank. P. 3007(a)

Miss. Bankr. L.R. 3007-1. Objections to Claims

 

Requirements:

EE Cases

KMS Cases

NPO Cases

Objection with *Certificate of Service

Objection with *Certificate of Service

Objection with *Certificate of Service

Ch. 13 - Set for Hearing

Ch. 7 - 30 day notice

Set for Hearing

Set for Hearing

Proposed Order

Proposed Order

Proposed Order

 

*Certificate of Service regarding objections governed by Miss. Bankr. L. R. 3007-1

  • The moving party may not attach a certificate of service to the objection.  Instead the filer may file a combined certificate of service for both the objection and hearing notice.

Objection to Pre-Petition Secured Claim - Chapter 13 Cases


Effective October 19, 2012 - Objections to Pre-Petition Secured Claims must be resolved by court order before plan confirmation.

 

Requirements:

 

EE Cases

KMS Cases

NPO Cases

Objection with Certificate of Service

Objection with Certificate of Service

Objection with Certificate of Service

*30 day notice

*30 day notice

*30 day notice

Proposed Order

Proposed Order

Proposed Order

 

*Notice served upon the debtor, claimant, and case trustee.

 

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