Creditor Compliance Rules: 3001C and 3002.1
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Creditors and the attorneys who represent them need to be aware of these changes to avoid pitfalls that may negatively impact their ability to protect their interests in a bankruptcy case.
As part of the Forms Modernization Project the federal rules of bankruptcy procedure were amended in 2014-15 and new forms went into effect on December 1, 2015. These new rules and forms contain significant changes that impact creditor representation in bankruptcy cases, especially mortgage creditors, who are impacted by changes to Rules 3001(c) and 3002.1. Creditors and the attorneys who represent them need to be aware of these changes to avoid pitfalls that may negatively impact their ability to protect their interests in a bankruptcy case. This topic will help teach creditors and their attorneys how to navigate through these new rules and forms to ensure that they are in compliance with all of the new requirements. The topic will address each component of revised Rules 3001(c) and 3002.1 and will explain how to ensure conformity with these rules.
AuthorsJill D. Olsen, The Olsen Law Firm, LLC
New Mortgage Claim Forms and Creditor Compliance With Rules 3001(c) and 3002.1
• Revised Mortgage Proof of Claim
• What Is Required to Comply With Revised Rule 3001(c)?
• What Is Required to Comply With Revised Rule 3002.1?
The Effect of Confirmation on Filing a Proof of Claim
• What to Do When the Claims Deadline Is After the Confirmation Hearing?
Objecting to Proofs of Claim
• Is There a Valid Basis to Object?
• Was the Objection Properly Served?
• Asking for Reconsideration of an Order Granting an Objection