DISMISSAL - FAILURE TO PROSECUTE
In any adversary proceeding, whenever it appears that no activity by filing of pleadings, orders of the Court or otherwise has occurred for a period of ninety (90) or more days, the Court may, on motion of any party in interest or on its own initiative, enter an order to show cause why the action should not be dismissed. If no satisfactory cause is shown, the Court may dismiss the action for want of prosecution without any further notice or hearing.
Advisory Committee Notes
The amended rule includes only stylistic changes.