Local Rule 2002-1 Notice to Creditors and Other Interested Parties (2014)

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(a) Scope of Rule. This rule governs notice of proposed actions, motions, applications, and other requests for relief in bankruptcy cases which are addressed by Fed. R. Bankr. P. 2002.

(b) Form of Notice. A notice required by this rule to parties in interest may include a statement that the relief requested may be granted without a hearing unless an objection is timely filed. A notice not accompanied by a motion must state the relief requested and explain the basis for the relief.

(c) Time for Notice. Time for notice of hearings, response and reply deadlines, and for taking certain other actions under these Local Rules are set forth in Local Rule 9006-1.

(d) Service of Notice. The movant must serve the notice of hearing on all parties as required by the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure.

(e) Returned Notices. If any notices mailed using the addresses appearing on the matrix are returned, the debtor should update the mailing matrix as necessary to reflect the current addresses of parties in interest.

(f) Notice of Compensation in Chapter 7 Case. Before filing a final report in a chapter 7 case, the trustee must notify any entity who, to the knowledge of the trustee, may be entitled to compensation or reimbursement under § 330 of the Code. The entity may, within 14 days of service of the notice, file an application for compensation and reimbursement of expenses.

(g) Notice of Entry of Confirmation Order. The plan proponent must provide notice of the entry of an order confirming a chapter 9, 11 or 12 plan under Fed. R. Bankr. P. 2002(f)(7).

(h) Notice to Certain Governmental Entities. In addition to all other notice requirements found in the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure, when notices are required to be sent to the Internal Revenue Service, the Utah State Tax Commission, the Utah Department of Workforce Services, or the Office of Recovery Services, notices should be mailed or delivered to addresses listed on the court's website, www.utb.uscourts.gov.