Critical Case Comment

By Henry E. Hildebrand, III, Standing Chapter 13 Trustee for the Middle District of TN (Nashville)

A creditor may request an extension of time to file a claim under Rule 3002, F.R.B.P. only where the conditions of that rule have been fully satisfied; the filing of a defective list of creditors does not permit an extension of the time for a creditor to file a claim under Rule 3002. (Harner) In re Somerville, 2019 WL 4923928 (Bankr. D. Md., October 4, 2019)

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Shionta Somerville filed a Chapter 13 petition on August . . .

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