United States Bankruptcy Court
JUDGE SCOTT H. YUN'S SELF-CALENDARING INSTRUCTIONS
The self-calendaring system is designed to allow both counsel and parties to schedule hearing dates for matters heard on regular notice, without having to contact the Courtroom Deputy to obtain a hearing date. Matters that do not require hearings may be filed in accordance with Local Bankruptcy Rule (“LBR”) 9013-1(o)(1). Please refer to the appropriate Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure and to the LBR regarding the filing and service of motions.
Reaffirmation hearings will be scheduled by the Court at 1:30 p.m. on available Wednesdays.
To calendar such matters, please contact the Calendar Clerk at (951) 774-1075.
II. The following matters may be self-calendared:
NOTE: Before self-calendaring, please refer to Judge Yun’s available hearing dates on the calendar schedule posted on the Self-Calendaring page for Judge Yun on the Court’s website for a list of available dates.
III. Certain motions for relief from stay may be heard on shortened time without Court order.
The following categories do not require an application for order shortening time:
NOTE: Motions calendared on shortened time in accordance with this procedure must be filed with the Court and served on all parties entitled to receive notice of the motion so that the moving papers and notice of hearing are received not later than 5 court days prior to the date of the hearing. Telephonic notice of the date, time and place of the hearing on the motion must also be given to all parties entitled to receive notice not later than 5 court days prior to the hearing. For matters that may be self-calendared, follow the steps outlined below:
STEP 1: Identify available dates and times for the type of matter that you want to calendar by referring to the monthly calendars posted in the Judge's courtroom or on the Court's website or by calling the Courtroom Deputy for Judge Yun at (951) 774-1075.
NOTE: Calendar dates are subject to periodic revision, so please verify that you are referring to the current version of the Judge's monthly calendar.
STEP 2: Prepare a notice of hearing for the date and time you have selected.
NOTE: By choosing a date for a relief from stay hearing that is greater than 30 days from the date you file your motion, you are deemed to have waived the time limits of Bankruptcy Code Section 362(e).
STEP 3: Give sufficient notice of all matters to all parties entitled to receive such notice pursuant to the applicable provisions of the Local Bankruptcy Rules and Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure. Schedule hearing dates according to LBR 9013-1(d) notice requirements and time limits for service and filing of motions and LBR 9013-1(i) regarding evidence supporting the motion. If proof of service is insufficient, the motion may be continued or denied.
STEP 4: File and serve your moving papers in a timely manner. Deliver the judge's copy of all papers to the judge's chambers with the time and date of the scheduled hearing placed underneath the title of the pleading. All judge's copies shall be served in accordance with LBR 5005-2(d) and Section 3-F and Appendix F of the Court Manual.
STEP 5: Confirmation that your matter has been calendared will be sent back to you if you provide Intake with an extra copy of your notice and a self-addressed stamped envelope. The Court reserves the right to reschedule any hearing. If the date you have selected is unavailable for any reason, the Courtroom Deputy will contact you to arrange an alternative date. You will be notified promptly if your hearing has been re-set.
STEP 6: Submit order in accordance with the new Notice of Lodgment (NOL) Procedures effective January 2, 2013
RFS = Motion for Relief From Stay
MISC = Miscellaneous hearings
ADV = Adversary hearings
Effective July 18, 2014
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