Notice Of Hearing On (For Cases Filed On Or After 10-17-05) {721.5} | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | Oregon

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Notice Of Hearing On (For Cases Filed On Or After 10-17-05) {721.5}

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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT DISTRICT OF OREGON In re ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) Case No. ________________ NOTICE OF HEARING ON (Check ONE) Motion to Extend/Impose Stay Per §362(c) Debtor's Motion to Impose Stay Per §362(n) Debtor(s) YOU ARE NOTIFIED that the attached Motion was filed by: _____________________________________________________. The name and service address of the moving party's attorney (or moving party, if no attorney) are: ___________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________. (If debtor is the moving party) The debtor's address and Taxpayer ID#(s) (last 4 digits) are: ___________________________________________________________________________________________________. Notice is given that: A Telephone Hearing on the Motion, at which testimony will be taken if offered and admissible, will be held as follows: Date: Time: Call In Number: Access Code: (888) 684-8852 3702597 The moving party must be present at the hearing. TELEPHONE HEARING REQUIREMENTS 1. You must call in and connect to the telephone hearing line or personally appear in the judge's courtroom no later than your scheduled hearing time. The court will not call you. If you have problems connecting, call the court at (503) 326-1500 or (541) 431-4000. 2. You may be asked to call again from another phone if your connection is weak or creates static or disruptive noise. 3. Please mute your phone when you are not speaking. If you do not have a mute function on your phone, press *6 to mute and *6 again to unmute if you need to speak. Do not put the court on hold if it will result in music or other noise. If available, set the phone to "Do Not Disturb" so it will not ring during the hearing. 4. When it is time for you to speak, take your phone off the "speaker" option or headset to minimize background noise and improve sound quality. Position the telephone to minimize paper rustling. Do not use a keyboard or talk with others in the room. Be aware that telephone hearings may be amplified throughout the courtroom. 5. Do not announce your presence until the court calls your case. Simply stay on the line, even if there is only silence, until the judge starts the hearings, and then continue to listen quietly until your case is called. 6. Whenever speaking, first identify yourself. 7. Be on time. The judge may handle late calls the same as a late appearance in the courtroom. ____________________________________________ Signature I certify that on __________ I served copies of this Notice and the Motion on the debtor(s), all creditors, all parties requesting special notice, any Creditors' Committee Chairperson, and their respective attorneys. _______________________________________________________ Signature & Relation to Moving Party 721.5 (7/18/13) American LegalNet, Inc.

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