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Motions for Relief

Motions for Relief must be filed in compliance with the thirty-day requirement of 11 U.S.C. § 362(e), Local Bankruptcy Rule 4001-1 and Administrative Order 9012-1.

The following documents are required with the Motion for Relief:

In the absence of a timely response to a Motion for Relief, the motion shall be treated as uncontested unless the debtor is pro se, the date for the first scheduled section 341 meeting has passed, regardless of whether the meeting was actually held or continued; or if the case is a Chapter 11 case. Uncontested Motions for Relief shall be granted, and the scheduled hearing will be canceled without further notice.

Click here for the next Motion for Relief hearing date.

Motions to Avoid Lien [return to Top]

Motions to Avoid Lien must be filed in compliance with Local Bankruptcy Rules 3012-1 and 4003-2.

If the motion is to avoid a Lien under 11 U.S.C. § 522(f), the motion shall be filed using Local Bankruptcy Form 4003-2A and service of the hearing shall be in the form of Local Bankruptcy Form 4003-2B. Hearings for these motions shall be noticed as contingent hearings, and the Court may enter an order granting the motion to avoid lien without a hearing.

The following documents are required with the Motion to Avoid Lien:

Hearings on motions under section 522(f) are self-scheduling, click here for the next Motion to Avoid Lien hearing date.

When filing a Motion to Determine Secured Status and Void Wholly Unsecured Liens, contact the calendar clerk directly for a hearing date. Hearings for these motions shall be noticed as contingent hearings, and the court may enter an order granting the motion without a hearing.

The following documents are required with the Motion to Determine Secured Status and Void Wholly Unsecured Lien: