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L.B.R. 3007-1. Objections to Claims

(a)  Procedure for Objections.  Any party objecting to the allowance of any claim must file an objection stating with particularity the allegations of fact and grounds for the objection.  The objection must comply with and be prosecuted in the manner prescribed in Fed. R. Bankr. P. 3007 and L.B.R. 9013-1.

(b)  Trustee’s Objections to Claims in Chapter 13 Cases.

(1)  As soon as practicable after the expiration of the last day for filing of claims in each case, the chapter 13 trustee must submit a report of claims to the debtor and debtor’s attorney.  The chapter 13 trustee must file a certificate of compliance with this Rule.

(2)  It is the chapter 13 trustee’s and debtor’s attorney’s duty to examine all proofs of claim and, if appropriate, to file objections in the manner specified in L.B.R. 3007-1(a).