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Motion For Rule 2004 Examination LBF-15 - Montana

Motion For Rule 2004 Examination Form. This is a Montana form and can be used in Bankruptcy Court Federal .
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Mont. LBF 15. MOTION FOR RULE 2004 EXAMINATION. [Mont. LBR 2004-1] Name of Attorney Office Mailing Address Telephone Number Facsimile Number E-Mail Address State Bar I.D. Number (Attorney for ________ ) UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MONTANA ) Case No. ) ) Debtor(s). ) _____________________________________________________________________________ MOTION FOR RULE 2004 EXAMINATION _____________________________________________________________________________ Pursuant to Rule 2004, F.R.B.P., the undersigned respectfully requests the Court to order an examination as follows: 1. Witness to be examined: 2. Date: 3. Time: 4. Place: 5. Scope of examination: 6. Documents to be produced: 7. Time, Date and Place of Production (if different from examination): 8. Moving Party's Calculation of Mileage pursuant to F.R.B.P. 2004(e): In re American LegalNet, Inc. 9. The undersigned has contacted opposing counsel, ___________, who advises that [he/she] [does/does not] oppose this Motion and [will/will not] agree to produce the documents described herein without a subpoena duces tecum pursuant to F.R.B.P. 9016. DATED this ____ day of _________, 20___. _________________________________ [Name of attorney] (Attorney for _________) CERTIFICATE OF MAILING I, the undersigned, ____________________, do hereby certify under penalty of perjury that a copy of the within and foregoing Motion for Rule 2004 Examination was sent by first class mail postage prepaid on the ___ day of ______, 20___, at ____________, Montana, and directed to the following: [Insert the name and address of each individual or entity served.] __________________________________ [Name of person certifying the mailing] [Must comply with Mont. LBR 9013-1(d)(2), by reflecting the name and address of each party served, and by being signed "under penalty of perjury" and by identifying the document served. There need be no Certificate of Mailing if all parties being served will be served electronically via the Court's CM/ECF system. Only the affected persons or entities, and/or their attorneys, if represented by counsel, need to be served with this Motion.] American LegalNet, Inc.
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