(a) Additional Requirements
All schedules and statements, in addition to complying with the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure and Official Forms, shall:
(1) contain a response to each request for information on the statement of affairs and the schedules, even if the response is “no," “none,” or “not applicable;”
(2) specifically describe and itemize all property claimed as exempt, and state the statutory reference and section number of the statute under which the exemption is claimed;
(3) list the creditors on each schedule in alphabetical order, including the full mailing address and zip code for each listed creditor, or include a statement that the address is unknown;
(4) provide on Schedule E/F the name and address of an entity holding a domestic support obligation, and identify that entity as the holder of a domestic support obligation, even if the Debtor is current on that obligation when the case is filed;
(5) be accompanied by one of the following:
(A) pay advices as required by 11 U.S.C. §521(a)(1)(B)(iv);
(B) a certification that the Debtor has not been employed by an employer within the 60 days before filing of the petition; or
(C) a certification that the Debtor’s employer does not issue pay advices and the Debtor has no other evidence of payment received within the 60 days before filing; and
(6) list a state court or administrative agency only if that entity is the actual creditor and not just the tribunal for a claim, debt, or lawsuit.
(b) Providing Creditor Information for Cases Filed Non-Electronically
All cases and an amendment that adds creditors, filed non-electronically, shall be accompanied by a CD, diskette, DVD, flash drive, or other acceptable medium with the complete names and addresses of the creditors listed in the filing. In Chapter 11 cases, the list shall include equity security holders, if applicable. An exception to the requirement will be considered by the Court if a request for waiver is filed with the petition. The Clerk may accept a typed list of creditors if the information cannot be submitted in an electronic format.
(c) Extensions of Time
(1) Motions Generally
The Court shall treat the first motion for an extension of time to file the initial lists, schedules, statements, and other documents required to commence a new case as a request for an extension to a date 30 days from the petition date and the Clerk will provide notice except as described in subparagraph (2) of this rule. The Debtor shall serve a subsequent motion for an extension of time on any trustee, the UST, any examiner, and any committee, and that service shall constitute the notice required by Fed.R.Bankr.P. 1007(c).
(2) Presumption of No Objection
The UST and any trustee, examiner, or committee are deemed to have no objection to the first motion for extension of time within which to file schedules or related documents. The Clerk is not required to give notice of the first motion for extension of time.
(3) The Debtor’s Waiver of Objection to Timeliness of Notice of Presumed Abuse
If the new date for filing documents is extended beyond the deadline in 11 U.S.C. §704(b)(1), the Debtor is deemed to have waived any objection to the timeliness of a notice of presumed abuse which is filed no later than 14 days after the missing documents are filed or after the Meeting of Creditors has been concluded, whichever is later.