United States Bankruptcy Court

for the District of Colorado


Local Bankruptcy Rule 317

Notice of Filing of Chapter 9 and Chapter 11 Disclosure Statement and Objections Thereto

(a) Notice: Notice of the time and place set by the court of the hearing on the adequacy of any disclosure statement filed pursuant to 11 U.S.C. 901 or 1125, and the date fixed for filing objections thereto, shall be mailed by the plan proponent to all creditors and other parties in interest pursuant to Fed.R.B.P. 2002(b) and 3017. A copy of the plan and disclosure statement also shall be mailed to the United States Trustee, the trustee in the case, if any, counsel for the Creditors' Committee (or when there is no counsel, to the committee chairman) at their addresses of record, and to the Securities and Exchange Commission. A copy of the plan and disclosure statement, if not proposed by the debtor, shall also be mailed to the debtor and to debtor's counsel.

(b) Objections: Objections to the adequacy of a proposed disclosure statement shall be made in writing, and shall be filed with the court and served upon the attorney for the proponent of the plan, the United States Trustee, counsel for the Creditors' Committee (or when there is no counsel, upon the committee chairman), and the Securities and Exchange Commission within the time fixed by the court. Objections shall specify clearly the grounds upon which they are based, including the citation of supporting legal authority, if any, and reference to the particular portions of the disclosure statement to which objection is made. General objections will not be considered by the court.

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