B9D (Official Form 9D) (Chapter 7 Corporation/Partnership Asset Case) (12/07)
UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT_______________District of_________________________ Notice of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Case, Meeting of Creditors, & Deadlines
[A chapter 7 bankruptcy case concerning the debtor(s) listed below was filed on ______________________(date).] or [A bankruptcy case concerning the debtor(s) listed below was originally filed under chapter_________________on _________________________(date) and was converted to a case under chapter 7 on__________________(date).] You may be a creditor of the debtor. This notice lists important deadlines. You may want to consult an attorney to protect your Rights. All documents filed in the case may be inspected at the bankruptcy clerk's office at the address listed below. NOTE: The staff of the bankruptcy clerk's office cannot give legal advice.
See Reverse Side for Important Explanations
Debtor(s) (name(s) and address): Case Number: Last four digits of Social-Security or Individual Taxpayer-ID (ITIN) No(s)./Complete EIN: All other names used by the Debtor(s) in the last 8 years (include trade names): Bankruptcy Trustee (name and address):
Attorney for Debtor(s) (name and address):
Meeting of Creditors Date: / / Time: ( ( ) A. M. ) P. M. Location:
Deadline to File a Proof of Claim Papers must be received by the bankruptcy clerk's office by the following deadlines: For all creditors (except a governmental unit): For a governmental unit:
Creditor with a Foreign Address: A creditor to whom this notice is sent at a foreign address should read the information under "Claims" on the reverse side.
Creditors May Not Take Certain Actions: In most instances, the filing of the bankruptcy case automatically stays certain collection and other actions against the debtor and the debtor's property. Under certain circumstances, the stay may be limited to 30 days or not exist at all, although the debtor can request the court to extend or impose a stay. If you attempt to collect a debt or take other action in violation of the Bankruptcy Code, you may be penalized. Consult a lawyer to determine your rights in this case.
Address of the Bankruptcy Clerk's Office: Clerk of the Bankruptcy Court:
For the Court:
Filing of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Case Legal Advice Creditors Generally May Not Take Certain Actions
Meeting of Creditors
Liquidation of the Debtor's Property and Payment of Creditors' Claims Bankruptcy Clerk's Office
Creditor with a Foreign Address
EXPLANATIONS B9D (Official Form 9D) (12/07) A bankruptcy case under Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code (title 11, United States Code) has been filed in this court by or against the debtor(s) listed on the front side, and an order for relief has been entered. The staff of the bankruptcy clerk's office cannot give legal advice. Consult a lawyer to determine your rights in this case. Prohibited collection actions are listed in Bankruptcy Code § 362. Common examples of prohibited actions include contacting the debtor by telephone, mail, or otherwise to demand repayment; taking actions to collect money or obtain property from the debtor; repossessing the debtor's property; and starting or continuing lawsuits or foreclosures. Under certain circumstances, the stay may be limited to 30 days or not exist at all, although the debtor can request the court to extend or impose a stay. A meeting of creditors is scheduled for the date, time, and location listed on the front side. The debtor's representative must be present at the meeting to be questioned under oath by the trustee and by creditors. Creditors are welcome to attend, but are not required to do so. The meeting may be continued and concluded at a later date without further notice. A Proof of Claim is a signed statement describing a creditor's claim. If a Proof of Claim form is not included with this notice, you can obtain one at any bankruptcy clerk's office. A secured creditor retains rights in its collateral regardless of whether that creditor files a Proof of Claim. If you do not file a Proof of Claim by the "Deadline to File a Proof of Claim" listed on the front side, you might not be paid any money on your claim from other assets in the bankruptcy case. To be paid, you must file a Proof of Claim even if your claim is listed in the schedules filed by the debtor. Filing a Proof of Claim submits the creditor to the jurisdiction of the bankruptcy court, with consequences a lawyer can explain. For example, a secured creditor who files a Proof of Claim may surrender important nonmonetary rights, including the right to a jury trial. Filing Deadline for a Creditor with a Foreign Address: The deadlines for filing claims set forth on the front of this notice apply to all creditors. If this notice has been mailed to a creditor at a foreign address, the creditor may file a motion requesting the court to extend the deadline. The bankruptcy trustee listed on the front of this notice will collect and sell the debtor's property that is not exempt. If the trustee can collect enough money, creditors may be paid some or all of the debts owed to them, in the order specified by the Bankruptcy Code. To make sure you receive any share of that money, you must file a Proof of Claim, as described above. Any paper that you file in this bankruptcy case should be filed at the bankruptcy clerk's office at the address listed on the front side. You may inspect all papers filed, including the list of the debtor's property and debts and the list of the property claimed as exempt, at the bankruptcy clerk's office. Consult a lawyer familiar with United States bankruptcy law if you have any questions regarding your rights in this case. Refer To Other Side For Important Deadlines and Notices