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Omnibus Objection To Claims And Notice Of Response Deadline {B-3007-1}

This is a Indiana form that can be used for Southern District within Federal, Bankruptcy Court.

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B-3007-1 Omnibus Objection Claims (rev 120116) UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT Southern District of Indiana In re: [Name of Debtor(s)], Debtor(s). ) ) ) ) Case No. (xx-xxxxx) [(TRUSTEE'S)(DEBTOR'S/DEBTORS')] (number of objection 1) OMNIBUS OBJECTION TO CLAIMS AND NOTICE OF RESPONSE DEADLINE [(Trustee)(Debtor/Debtors)] file(s) this (number of objection) Omnibus Objection to Claims pursuant to Fed.R.Bankr.P. 3007(d). Claimants receiving the objection should locate their names and claims on the attached chart. NOTICE: Your claim may be reduced, modified, or eliminated. You should read these papers carefully and discuss them with your attorney, if you have one. If you do not want the court to enter an order affecting your claim, then on or before [date], (30 days from the date of service), you or your lawyer must file a written response to the objection explaining your position. Those not permitted to file electronically must deliver any response by U.S. mail, courier, overnight/express mail, or in person at: (select the appropriate address) Indianapolis 116 U.S. Courthouse 46 East Ohio Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 Evansville and Terre Haute 352 Federal Bldg. 101 N.W. M.L. King Jr. Blvd. Evansville, IN 47708 New Albany 110 U.S. Courthouse 121 West Spring Street New Albany, IN 47150 If you mail your response to the court, you must mail it early enough so the court will receive it on or before the date stated above. You must also send a copy of your objection to: (movant's attorney's name and address) (names and addresses of others to be served) 1 State the sequential number of this objection, i.e., first omnibus objection, second omnibus objection, etc. 1 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com B-3007-1 Omnibus Objection Claims (rev 120116) If you or your attorney do not take these steps, the court may decide you do not oppose an order affecting your claim. WHEREFORE, the [(trustee)(debtor/debtors)] move(s) the Court for an order (describe the relief sought such as disallowing or allowing as modified). /s/[Name of Trustee or Counsel for Debtor(s)] [(Trustee)(Debtor's/Debtors' Counsel)] (required signature block) 2 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com B-3007-1 Omnibus Objection Claims (rev 120116) [(TRUSTEE'S)(DEBTOR'S/DEBTORS')] (number of objection) OMNIBUS OBJECTIONS TO CLAIMS Claimant 2 Claim # Grounds for Objection 3 Proposed Treatment CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE (Certificates of Service forms are available on the Court's website under Rules & Forms > Local Forms > Motions & Related Notices/Certificates of Service/Orders) [Note: Ensure service on debtor(s), U.S. Trustee, all claimants listed in this objection and counsel for those claimants.] 2 Claimants should be listed alphabetically. The Clerk's system alphabetizes individuals by first name, and that is the preferred method. It is permissible to use a coding system as to the grounds for objection and the proposed treatment. However, that system should be clearly explained in this document. 3 3 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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