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Order Sustaining Objection To Claim {LR 3007-1C}

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American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Form Number LR 3007-1 C (07/10) UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA DIVISION In re: } Case No. } Chapter } } Debtor(s) } ORDER SUSTAINING OBJECTION TO CLAIM This matter came before the Court on the Objecting Party's Objection to Claim Pursuant to Local Rule 3007-1(c) to Claim No. of (the "Claimant") filed on in the amount of $ . The basis alleged for the objection is: the claim is a duplicate of another claim, Claim No. filed on in the amount of $ by ; the claim was untimely filed, and the claimant is a creditor whose name and address were accurately shown on the debtor's timely filed schedules and matrix; the claim is satisfied or excessive as evidenced by a refund of payment from the claimant to the Trustee or debtor or written notice from the claimant to the Trustee or debtor; the claim is not entitled to secured status; the claim is for an unsecured debt or obligation that was incurred prior to the filing of a prior bankruptcy case in which the debtor received a discharge; or the claim is not entitled to priority status. Notice of the objection and of an opportunity for a hearing thereon was provided pursuant to Local Rule 3007-1(c). Neither the Claimant nor any other party in interest filed any opposition or other response to said objection, and it appears to the Court the objection is due to be sustained on the grounds alleged therein. IT IS, THEREFORE, ORDERED, ADJUDGED, and DECREED that the objection is SUSTAINED, and Claim No. filed by the claimant is: disallowed as a secured or priority claim, and allowed only as a general unsecured claim in the amount of $ . excessive and allowed only in the amount of $ . disallowed in its entirety. DATED: United States Bankruptcy Judge

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