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Rule 2084-13

Order Confirming Plan or Granting Motion for a Moratorium

(a) Trustee Approval.  Unless the court specifically provides otherwise in a separate order, any order confirming a plan or granting a motion for a moratorium must bear the case trustee’s approval.

(b) Review of Claims Docket.  The debtor must review the court’s claims docket and claims filed with the court before submitting a proposed order to the case trustee.  To keep parties informed as to the status of confirmation, when submitting a proposed order to the case trustee, the debtor also shall file a notice of submitting proposed order confirming plan.

(c) Trustee to Upload Order Confirming.  The case trustee shall approve and upload, or return to the debtor, any proposed stipulated order confirming a chapter 13 plan within 30 days of receipt of the proposed order, unless cause is shown by the case trustee.  Unless the court orders or the case trustee requests otherwise, the case trustee shall be the one who uploads a proposed order confirming a plan or granting a motion for a moratorium.

(d) Trustee Plan Payment.  The case trustee shall commence disbursements pursuant to the confirmed plan within 60 days after entry of an order confirming the plan, unless cause is shown by the case trustee.

(e) Notice of Completion.  When the case trustee determines that the debtor has completed the plan, the case trustee will file a notice of the completed plan as soon as practicable.

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