Notice Of Conditional Dismissal For Failure To File Plan
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF WEST VIRGINIA
FORM E-3 (revised 12/01/09)
Adjustment of Debts
NOTICE OF CONDITIONAL DISMISSAL
FOR FAILURE TO FILE PLAN
NOTICE is hereby given that the above-named Debtor(s) failed to file a Chapter 13 plan within
fourteen (14) days of the filing of the Chapter 13 petition, as required by Bankruptcy Rule 3015,
or within the time extended by the Court.
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that an order may be entered dismissing the Chapter 13 petition
, a Chapter 13 plan is filed and served
of the above-named Debtor(s) , unless by
in accordance with the local rules of this Court.
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO DEBTORS
You have failed to file a plan within the time allowed by the rules of this Court. If you are
represented by counsel, contact your attorney immediately. To prevent dismissal of your case you
must do the following by the date above:
File your Chapter 13 plan with the Clerk of the Bankruptcy Court along with a certificate of
service indicating that you have served the Trustee and creditors with a copy of your plan.
See items 2 and 3 below. The Clerk's address is:
Clerk, U. S. Bankruptcy Court
300 Virginia Street East
Charleston, WV 25301
Phone: (304) 347-3003
Serve a copy of the plan on the Trustee, Helen M. Morris. Ms. Morris's address is:
Helen M. Morris, Chapter 13 Trustee
P. O. Box 8535
South Charleston, WV 25303
Serve a copy of the plan on all of the creditors that you listed in your bankruptcy petition.
You can obtain a copy of your creditor list from the Clerk of the Bankruptcy Court.
The Chapter 13 plan must be filed in the Clerk's office by the date given in this notice. Failure to
comply with these instructions may require you to refile your petition and pay the filing fee again.
M. Jo Proops
Clerk, U.S. Bankruptcy Court
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