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RULE 1015-1


  1. Time for Filing Objection to Joint Administration. All cases involving two or more related debtors may be jointly administered in accordance with Bankruptcy Rule 1015. A creditor or party in interest may file an objection to joint administration no later than thirty (30) days after the first date set for the meeting of creditors under 11 U.S.C. § 341(a).
  2. Extension of Time. On motion of any party in interest, after hearing on notice, the Court may for cause extend the time to file an objection to joint administration. The motion shall be filed before the time to file an objection has expired.
  3. Until the Order for joint administration is entered, all items are to be filed as applicable in each involved case.


Advisory Committee Notes
2020 Amendment

The amended rule includes both stylistic and substantive changes. The format of subdivisions is changed to maintain a consistent style across all rules. Subdivision (A) is amended to remove mandatory language regarding joint administration. Subdivision (B) is amended to clarify the time period intended in the last sentence. Subdivision (C) is amended to remove a reference to consolidation as distinct from the joint administration contemplated by this rule.