United States Bankruptcy Court

for the District of Colorado


Local Bankruptcy Rule 319

Amendment and Modification of Chapter 12 and Chapter 13 Plans

(a) Amending a Chapter 12 Plan Prior to Confirmation: In the event the debtor amends the original Chapter 12 Plan prior to confirmation, the amended plan, and such notice as the court may order, shall be served upon the Standing Chapter 12 Trustee and upon the creditors and parties entitled to receive notice thereof, or as otherwise ordered by the court.

(b) Amending a Chapter 13 Plan Prior to Confirmation: In the event the debtor amends the original plan prior to confirmation, the format of the amended plan shall be in substantial conformity with L.B.F. 315.1, 13 Plan. If the amended plan is filed before the debtor(s) first attendance at the 341 Meeting, the amended plan shall, at or before the time when it is filed, be served on the Chapter 13 Trustee and all creditors and other persons entitled to receive notice except as otherwise ordered by the court. If the amended plan is filed after the first attendance by the debtor(s) at the 341 Meeting, the amended plan shall be served and noticed as required by L.B.R. 320(c).

(c) Modification of a Chapter 12 or Chapter 13 Plan After Confirmation: In the event the debtor desires to modify a confirmed Chapter 12 or Chapter 13 Plan, the debtor shall file the proposed modified plan together with a motion requesting modification which shall state with particularity the date the plan was originally confirmed, the reason for the modification and the effect upon distribution to the creditors should the modification be approved. If the modification is proposed after the expiration of the period for the filing of claims, service may be limited to the Trustee, any party expressly affected by the modification and upon those creditors who have filed proofs of claims.

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