Order Confirming Plan
(a) Approval. Unless ordered otherwise, any order confirming a plan must be signed by the trustee and any objecting creditor or party.
(b) Form of Order. A plan confirmation order must be in a form approved by the trustee.
(c) Treatment of Docketed Claims. Debtor must ensure that the proposed confirmation order provides appropriate treatment for each secured or priority claim in the claims register.
(d) Notice of Submitting. When a proposed confirmation order is submitted to the trustee, debtor's counsel must file a notice of submission attaching a copy of the order.
(e) Trustee to Lodge Order Confirming. No later than forty-five (45) days after receipt of the proposed confirmation order, the trustee will (1) approve and lodge, or (2) file a notice of rejection. If the trustee approves the stipulated order, the trustee will file a notice of lodging attaching a copy of the order.
(f) Trustee Plan Payment. Unless ordered otherwise, the trustee must commence disbursements under the order confirming plan within forty-five (45) days after entry of the order.
Notes 2017: Amended LR requires counsel to file a notice of submission when the confirmation order is submitted to the trustee.
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