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B-7041-2. COMPLAINTS TO DENY OR REVOKE DISCHARGE: DISMISSAL OR SETTLEMENT

(a)        Contents and Service of Notice of, Motion for, or Stipulation Regarding Voluntary Dismissal of Complaint to Deny or Revoke Discharge

The proposed dismissal, whether by notice, motion, or stipulation, of a complaint to deny or revoke the Debtor’s discharge under 11 U.S.C. §727, shall be served upon the UST, a trustee, counsel of record, and a party that has intervened in the adversary proceeding under Fed.R.Bankr.P. 7024. The notice, motion, or stipulation shall contain a recital concerning the consideration, if any, for the dismissal or the terms and conditions of an agreement concerning the dismissal.

(b)   Objection to Dismissal 

Unless the UST, the trustee, or another entity seeks to intervene or to be substituted for the plaintiff in the proceeding or objects to the dismissal within 28 days following service of the notice, motion, or stipulation, the Court may dismiss the complaint and/or close the adversary proceeding, upon such terms and conditions as it deems proper, without further notice or hearing.