Schedules and Statements

Last Updated: December 1, 2015

Schedules and Statements must be filed within 14 days of the date of filing the Petition.

Note: When Schedules are filed AND additional creditors are added to the case, you must separately electronically file a Proof of Service evidencing service of 341 Meeting Notice on the added creditors.  A filing fee is required except when a debtor files a schedule of post-petition debts after converting from a Chapter 13 case to a Chapter 7 case.

See also Deficient Petition.

Step-by-Step Procedures:

To File Electronically:

  1. Review the papers for the necessary filing and noticing requirements.

  2. Scan documents.

  3. Log into CM/ECF.

  4. Select [Bankruptcy > Misc/Other].

  5. Enter case number (e.g., xx-xxxxx).

  6. Select each schedule/statement being filed. Multiple events may be selected by holding down the control (Ctrl)key and highlighting each event.  (Note: If filing schedules A through J, select event Schedules A-J rather than each schedule individually).

    Note: The following are documents not included in this event and must be filed separately:

  1. Skip the Joint Filing screen. Court will select the attorney filer.

  2. Select the party filer.

  3. Browse to attach the Schedules (pdf file).

  4. Modify text as appropriate.

  5. Verify the final docket text; if correct, click [Next] to submit your document(s).

    Note:  The Notice of Electronic Filing displays giving you the document number.  Copies of this notice are immediately emailed to all participants who receive electronic notification in the case.

  6. Update EOUST stats.

  7. See also ND Local Rules, Amendments to Schedules, and Additional Addresses for Chapter 11 agencies to be added to matrix.  

  8. Place documents in file/chron box.

Court Will:

  1. Review documents and terminate appropriate deadlines


Revision control log

Date

Comments

By

12/15

Updated reference to new forms effective 12/1/2015

DT

4/20/18

Fixed links and added link to Deficient Petition

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11 U.S.C.:
FRBP: 1019(5)