The United States Bankruptcy Court, Central District of California, revised and retired the following Local Bankruptcy Rules (LBR) forms, and a new form was approved. These changes become effective June 10, 2016. Very minor technical changes were made to the following revised forms (e.g., F 1007-1.MOTION.EXTEND was updated with the new Official Form numbers such that Schedule A has become A/B, B 22 became B 122, etc.).
|New and Revised LBR Form Title||LBR Form Number|
|Debtor’s Motion to Extend Time to File Case Opening Documents (with supporting documents) [FRBP 1007(c), LBR 1007-1(b)]||F 1007-1.MOTION.DEC.EXTEND|
|Application of Non-Resident Attorney to Appear in a Specific Case [LBR 2090-1(b)]||F 2090-1.2.APP.NONRES.ATTY|
|Order on Application of Non-Resident Attorney to Appear in a Specific Case [LBR 2090-1(b)]||F 2090-1.2.ORDER.NONRES.ATTY|
|Application for Waiver of the Appellate Fee in a Chapter 7 Case (New)||F 8002-1.APPEAL.FEE.WAIVER.APP (based on Official Form 103B)|
|Notice of Transcript(s) Designated for an Appeal||F 8004-1.1.NOTICE.TRANSCRIPT (formerly posted under “Other Forms”)|
|Retired LBR Form Title LBR Form Number||LBR Form Number|
|Notice of Debtor’s Motion to Convert Case Under 11 U.S.C. § 706(a)||F 1017-1.1.NOTICE.DEBTOR.CONVERT|
You may use one of the following forms in place of F 1017-1.1.NOTICE.DEBTOR.CONVERT:
1) Notice of Opportunity to Request a Hearing on Motion [LBR 9013 1(o)], LBR form F 9013-1.2.OPPORTUNITY.HEARING.NOTICE – use this form if you do not want to set a hearing.
2) Hearing Notice, LBR form F 9013-1.1.HEARING.NOTICE – use this form if you want to set a hearing.
The revised LBR forms are available for free on the Court’s website www.cacb.uscourts.gov under the Forms tab. The online PDF versions of the Court’s forms are pdf fillable and can be completed and saved to any computer that has Adobe Acrobat Reader (Adobe Acrobat Reader is available for free at http://get.adobe.com/reader). Printed versions of the forms are also available for a fee at the Intake sections of each of the Court’s divisions.
KATHLEEN J. CAMPBELL
CLERK OF COURT