Motions for Relief from Stay;
Chapter 13 Panel Hearing Dates
(Times are assigned by attorney.)
|May 1, 2018||May 2, 2018|
|June 5, 2018||June 6, 2018|
|July 2, 2018|
|July 20, 2018 (Friday) (Canceled)||July 19, 2018 (Thursday)|
|August 7, 2018||August 8, 2018|
|September 4, 2018 (Canceled)||September 5, 2018|
|September 6, 2018 (Added as of 6/19/2018)|
|October 2, 2018||October 3, 2018|
|November 2, 2018||**NOVEMBER 8, 2018** - (revised date as of 7/10/2018)|
|December 4, 2018||**DECEMBER 13, 2018** - (revised date as of 7/10/2018)|
For Motions for Relief from Stay, within 24 hours of filing of the motion, the Movant shall serve a copy of the motion along with notice of the location, date and time of the hearing. Proof of service including names of those served, date and method of service shall be filed with the clerk. Motions for relief from the say shall confirm with BLR 9013-1(h). Service shall comply with BLR4001-1(a).
If Movant desires to waive the requirement of a hearing within 30 days under §362(e), it must be stated in the caption of the pleading. The caption shall state: Motion of [Movant’s names] for Relief from the Stay (and waiver of §362(e) Requirement) if applicable. If the Movant requires a special setting, please contact the Court’s case manager.
You must serve notice of any motion and hearing date in accordance with applicable federal and local rules and file a certificate of service with the clerk. Once your motion is set using the self-calendaring procedure, continuances may be considered and granted by the Court only by written motion and Order. Failure to comply with this procedure may be cause for your motion to be denied or struck. At the Court’s discretion, your motion may be reset, in which event you will receive electronic notice of the re-set hearing date.
Claim Objections must be self-calendared and require 30-day notice of the hearing be provided to the claimant.