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General Orders

  • General Order 12-2010       |   11/24/2010

    Adopts Amended Interim Bankruptcy Rule 1007-I as Amended December 1, 2010

  • General Order 11-2009       |   12/02/2009

    Adopting Amended Interim Bankruptcy Rule 1007-I

  • General Order 10-2008       |   12/15/2008

    Adoption of Interim Bankruptcy Rule 1007-I

  • General Order 9-2008       |   10/07/2008

    Vacating General Orders No. 1-2005 and 7-2006

  • General Order 8-2007       |   01/09/2007

    [THIS ORDER IS SUPERSEDED BY GENERAL ORDER 19-2015 entered on December 9, 2015] Regarding Chapter 13 §1326(a)(1)(C) Pre-Confirmation Adequate Protection Payments

  • General Order 7-2006       |   10/04/2006

    [THIS ORDER IS VACATEDED BY GENERAL ORDER 9-2008 entered on October 7, 2008]  Regarding Adoption of Interim Bankruptcy Rule 1007, as amended

  • General Order 6-2006       |   09/26/2006

    [THIS ORDER IS SUPERSEDED BY GENERAL ORDER 18-2015 entered on December 1, 2015] Regarding Compensation of Attorneys in Chapter 13 Cases and effective as to cases filed on or after October 1, 2006. General Order No. 3-2005 remains effective as to cases filed between October 17, 2005 and September 30, 2006.

  • General Order 5-2006       |   06/08/2006

    Regarding Case Dismissal Pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 521(i)(1) OF BAPCPA

  • General Order 4-2005       |   10/05/2005

    [THIS ORDER IS SUPERSEDED BY GENERAL ORDER 16-2013 entered on February 12, 2013 as to all cases filed on or after February 19, 2013.] Regarding Payment of Filing Fee in Installments to Commence Bankruptcy Case Under BAPCPA

  • General Order 3-2005       |   10/05/2005

    [THIS ORDER IS SUPERSEDED BY GENERAL ORDER 18-2015 entered on December 1, 2015] Regarding Compensation of Attorneys in Chapter 13 Cases, applicable to cases filed between October 17, 2005, and September 30, 2006

    Special Annotated Version of Rights And Responsibilities Statement Between Chapter 13 Debtors And Their Attorneys which cross-references the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention And Consumer Protection of 2005

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