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GENERAL ORDER NUMBER 2013-2

Order on Motion for Relief

Having determined that district wide uniformity is necessary for the submission of an Order on Motion for Relief,

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that attorneys are required to utilize the Order on Motion for Relief form which is attached hereto. This form shall be utilized without exception. Modifications and/or nonconforming terms may be placed only in the "Other Provisions" section of the Court approved form, or attached as a separate page to the form.

Susan D. Barrett
Chief United States Bankruptcy Judge

John S. Dalis
United States Bankruptcy Judge

Edward J. Coleman, III
United States Bankruptcy Judge

Lamar W. Davis, Jr.
United States Bankruptcy Judge

For a copy of the most recent version of the GASB Order on Motion for Relief from Stay form, please visit the court's Forms page at the following web address:

Vacated per General Order 2017-1.
 



GENERAL ORDER NUMBER 2012-2

Order Regarding Deposit and Investment of Registry Funds

The Court, having determined that it is necessary to adopt local procedures to ensure uniformity in the deposit and investment of funds in the Court's Registry,

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the following shall govern the receipt, deposit and investment of registry funds:

I. Receipt of Funds

A. No money shall be sent to the Court or its officers for deposit in the Court's registry without a court order signed by the presiding judge in the case or proceeding.

B. The party making the deposit or transferring funds to the Court's registry shall serve the order permitting the deposit or transfer on the Clerk of Court.

C. Unless provided for elsewhere in this Order, all monies ordered to be paid to the Court or received by its officers in any case pending or adjudicated shall be deposited with the Treasurer of the United States in the name and to the credit of this Court pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 2041 through depositories designated by the Treasury to accept such deposit on its behalf.

II. Investment of Registry Funds

A. Where, by order of the Court, funds on deposit with the Court are to be placed in some form of interest-bearing account, the Court Registry Investment System ("CRIS"), administered by the Administrative Office of the United States Courts under 28 U.S.C. § 2045, shall be the only investment mechanism authorized.

B. The Director of Administrative Office of the United States Courts is designated as custodian for CRlS. The Director or the Director's designee shall perform the duties of custodian. Funds held in the CRIS remain subject to the control and jurisdiction of the Court.

C. Money from each case deposited in the CRlS shall be "pooled" together with those on deposit with Treasury to the credit of other courts in the CRIS and used to purchase Government Account Series securities through the Bureau of Public Debt, which will be held at the Treasury, in an account in the name and to the credit of the Director of Administrative Office of the United States Courts. The pooled funds will be invested in accordance with the principals of the CRIS Investment Policy as approved by the Registry Monitoring Group.

D. An account for each case will be established in the CRIS titled in the name of the case giving rise to the investment in the fund. Income generated from fund investments will be distributed to each case based on the ratio each account's principal and earnings has to the aggregate principal and income total in the fund. Reports showing the interest earned and the principal amounts contributed in each case will be prepared and distributed to each court participating in the CRIS and made available to litigants and/or their counsel.

III. Deductions of Fees

A. The custodian is authorized and directed by this Order to deduct the investment services fee for the management of investments in the CRIS and the registry fee for maintaining accounts deposited with the Court.

B. The investment services fee is assessed from interest earnings to the pool according to the Court's Miscellaneous Fee Schedule and is to be assessed before a pro rata distribution of earnings to court cases.

C. The registry fee is assessed by the custodian from each case's pro rata distribution of the earnings and is to be determined on the basis of the rates published by the Director of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts as approved by the Judicial Conference of the United States.

IV. Transition from Former Investment Procedure

A. The Clerk of Court is further directed to develop a systematic method of redemption of all existing investments and their transfer to the CRIS.

B. Parties not wishing to transfer certain existing registry deposits into the CRIS may seek leave to transfer them to the litigants or their designees on proper motion and approval of the judge assigned to the specific case.

C. This Order supersedes and abrogates all prior orders of this Court regarding the deposit and investment of registry funds.

Dated this 4th day of December, 2012.
Savannah, Georgia

Susan D. Barrett
Chief United States Bankruptcy Judge

Lamar W. Davis, Jr.
United States Bankruptcy Judge

John S. Dalis
United States Bankruptcy Judge

Vacated per General Order 2016-1 (CRIS).


GENERAL ORDER NUMBER 2010-3

Attorney Compensation

To fulfill the requirements of 11 U.S.C. §330(a), the Court periodically reviews the reasonableness of compensation awarded by the Court to counsel representing Chapter 13 debtors. Having conducted such periodic review, IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that:

 

1) General Order 2007-6 filed March 1, 2007, is vacated.

2) The Court has not reviewed the relevant factors to support Chapter 13 fee awards in over three years. A hearing has been held and evidence presented in the case of In re McDonald, chap. 13 case no. 09-10284 (Bankr. S.D. Ga. Oct. 1, 2010). The evidence proves that the prevailing hourly rate for counsel practicing in the Southern District of Georgia for attorneys of comparable skill, expertise, and reputation has increased over that period of time in a significant amount.

The evidence also establishes that the provisions of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act ("BAPCPA") amendments, effective October 17, 2005, have had a material effect on the amount of time attorneys must devote to the representation of a Chapter 13 debtor in a professional manner consistent with the standards of practice prevailing in this District.

3) Effective in all Chapter 13 cases filed on or after January 1, 2011, a claim for attorney's fees for services rendered and expenses advanced to a Chapter 13 debtor will be deemed automatically approved by the Court, in the absence of an objection, so long as said claim does not exceed the sum of three thousand dollars ($3,000.00). The $3,000.00 fee contemplates appearance by counsel of record for the debtor at the §341 meeting and all hearings.

4) Debtors' counsel are directed to file written statements pursuant to Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 2016(b) disclosing the fee arrangement with their clients. Debtors' attorneys may represent debtors for a lesser amount in appropriate cases when the amount and nature of the debts or other relevant factors result in the expenditure of substantially less attorney time than a typical case.

In the event a debtor's attorney subsequently determines that an award of $3,000.00 does not adequately compensate the attorney for legal services rendered, the attorney may petition for reasonable attorney's fees disclosing all time expended in such representation from the beginning of the case under the standards set forth in 11 U.S.C. §330 and Norman v. Housing Authority of the city of Montgomery, 836 F. 2d 1292 (11th Cir. 1988).

Susan D. Barrett
Chief United States Bankruptcy Judge

Lamar W. Davis, Jr.
United States Bankruptcy Judge

John S. Dalis
United States Bankruptcy Judge

Dated this 22nd day of December, 2010.

Vacated by General Order 2017-2.
 


General Order Number 2010 -1

Electronic Case Files and Administrative Procedures

Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 5005(a)(2), authorizes the Court to establish practices and procedures for filing, signing, and verifying documents by electronic means.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED:

1. Effective November 4, 2005, documents may be filed, signed, and verified by electronic and other means to the extent and in the manner required and authorized by previous General Order 2005-7, Order Adopting Case Management/Electronic Case Files System (CM/ECF) and Local Bankruptcy Rules for Electronic Case Files.

2. Effective October 1, 2010, absent good cause shown and the permission of the Court, attorneys in good standing admitted to practice before this Court, to include attorneys admitted pro hacvice, will file, sign, and verify documents only by electronic means to the extent and in the manner authorized by this General Order, and the Administrative Procedures attached hereto as Exhibit A, Administrative Procedures for Filing, Signing, and Verifying Pleadings and Papers by Electronic Means in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Georgia (Administrative Procedures).

3. Attorneys not admitted to practice in the Southern District of Georgia, and other non-attorney filers such as creditors, may request limited user access to file documents by electronic means to the extent and in the manner authorized by this General Order and the Administrative Procedures.

4. The official record of the Court as required by Fed. R. Bankr. P. 5003 shall be the electronic file maintained by the Court and such paper files as are permitted by the Administrative Procedures.

5. The Clerk's Office will implement and publish the Administrative Procedures, register attorneys, and issue individual logins and passwords consistent with those procedures to permit electronic filing and notice of pleadings and other documents.

6. Pro se litigants who are not attorneys in good standing admitted to the Bar of this Court must file documents with the Court in paper form.

7. The electronic filing of a petition, pleading, motion, or other paper by an attorney who is a registered participant in the Court's Electronic Case Files System shall constitute the signature of that attorney for purposes of the application of Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 9011 and other applicable rules. The attorney whose login and password are used to accomplish an electronic filing certifies that the attorney and the attorney's law firm have authorized the filing.

8. No attorney shall knowingly permit or cause to permit his/her login or password to be used by anyone other than an authorized employee of his/her law firm.

9. The electronic filing of a pleading or other paper in accordance with the Court's
Administrative Procedures shall constitute entry of that pleading or other paper on the docket kept by the Clerk under the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure.

10. Electronic filing does not alter the filing deadline for that document.

11. The Clerk's Office shall enter all orders, decrees, judgments, and proceedings of the Court in accordance with the Administrative Procedures, which shall constitute entry of the orders, decrees, judgments, and proceedings on the docket kept by the Clerk under the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure. Any order filed with the electronic signature of a judge shall have the same force and effect as if the judge had affixed his or her signature to a paper order.

12. An attorney filing a pleading or other paper electronically shall serve the Notice of Electronic Filing (NEF) by electronic means and such service will be considered the equivalent of service of the pleading or other paper by first class mail, postage prepaid. This form of service applies only to recipients of the notice or service who are registered participants in the Electronic Case Files (ECF) system or have agreed in writing with the filer to accept such service in lieu of service by first class mail. For all remaining recipients of service or notice unable to receive an electronic notice, the filing party shall serve the pleading or paper upon all such entities in accordance with applicable bankruptcy rules. When mailing paper copies of documents that have been electronically filed, the filing party must include the "Notice of Electronic Filing" to provide the recipient with proof of the filing.

13. Receipt of an Electronic Case Files (ECF) login and password constitutes a request for electronic service and electronic notice pursuant to the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure.

14. An attorney filing a Verified Pleading should thereafter ma inta in in his or her office the original Verified Pleading in its entirety for at least five (5) years after the conclusion of all appeals or the expirat ion of time for filing a timely appeal, whichever is later. The filing of a Verified Pleading constitutes a representation by the attorney who files it that the attorney has in his or her possession at the time of filing the fully executed original Verified Pleading and that he or she agrees to maintain it for the five (5) year period set forth above. A pleading or document that a person signs and thereby verifies, certifies, declares, affirms, or swears under oath or penalty of perjury concerning the truth of the matters set forth in that pleading or document is a "Verified Pleading."

15. This Order vacates General Order 2005-7 (Order Adopting Case Management/Electronic Case Files System (CM/ECF) and Local Bankruptcy Rules for Electronic Case Files (ECF) and General Order 2007-4 (Amendment of ECF Local Rule 7 and Debtor's Declaration Regarding Electronic Filing).

16. This Order is effective October 1, 2010, and shall be published together with Exhibit A, Administrative Procedures for Electronic Filing, and Exhibit B, ECF Local Rules for the Southern District of Georgia.

Lamar W. Davis, Jr.
Chief United States Bankruptcy Judge

John S. Dalis
United States Bankruptcy Judge

Susan D. Barrett
United States Bankruptcy Judge

Dated this 29th day of September, 2010.

Vacated by General Order 2016-2.


GENERAL ORDER NUMBER 2007-8 ( Amended per General Order 2009-1)

Order Directing Clerk to Send Notice Required Under 11 U.S.C. §§ 727(a)(12), 1228(f), and 1328(h)

Pursuant to 11 U.S.C. §§ 727(a)(12), 1228(f) and 1328(h), a discharge cannot be entered for an individual debtor unless after notice and a hearing held not more than ten (10) days before the date of the entry of the discharge, the court finds that there is no reasonable cause to believe that 11 U.S.C. § 522(q) is applicable to the debtor and that there is pending any proceeding in which the debtor may be found guilty of a felony of the kind described in § 522(q)(1)(A) or liable for a debt of the kind described in § 522(q)(1)(B).

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the Clerk of Court shall issue the required notice pursuant to 11 U.S.C. §§ 727(a)(12), 1228(f) and 1328(h).

Dated this 17th day of October, 2007.

Lamar W. Davis, Jr.
United States Bankruptcy Judge

John S. Dalis
United States Bankruptcy Judge

Susan D. Barrett
United States Bankruptcy Judge
 


GENERAL ORDER NUMBER 2007-6 (posted March 1, 2007)

Order setting attorney compensation taking into account the effect BAPCPA has had on the amount of time attorneys must devote to the representation of a Chapter 13 debtor.

Vacated per General Order 2010-3.


GENERAL ORDER NUMBER 2007-5 (posted March 1, 2007)

Automatic Dismissals

11 U.S.C. § 521(i) requires that an individual debtor file certain papers within forty-five (45) days of the filing of a petition or the case is automatically dismissed. In cases where Debtor fails to comply with this requirement, the Clerk will issue a Notice of Automatic Dismissal.

In cases where it appears that the individual debtor has timely filed the required documents, the Clerk will provide notice of that fact and an opportunity to contest that finding.

Upon expiration of the objection period, the Court shall issue an order finding that the case was not automatically dismissed, or set a hearing to consider any timely objection.

Dated this 1st day of March, 2007.

Lamar W. Davis, Jr.
United States Bankruptcy Judge

John S. Dalis
United States Bankruptcy Judge

Susan D. Barrett
United States Bankruptcy Judge

FORMS ASSOCIATED WITH GENERAL ORDER 2007-5:
1. Order Pursuant to 11 U.S.C. §521 (i)
2. Notice of Automatic Dismissal
3. Notice of Time to Object to a Finding of Debtor's Compliance with the Requirements of 11 U.S.C. §521(i)



GENERAL ORDER NUMBER 2007-4
(posted March 1, 2007; Amended per General Order 2009-1)

Amendment of ECF Local Rule 7 and Debtor’s Declaration Regarding Electronic Filing.

FORMS ASSOCIATED WITH GENERAL ORDER 2007-4:
- Debtors Declaration form A
- Debtors Declaration form B

Vacated per General Order 2010-1.


GENERAL ORDER NUMBER 2007-2 (posted March 1, 2007)

Chapter 13 Plan Payments

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that when a Chapter 13 plan is filed, the Debtor(s) must file a “Motion Regarding Chapter 13 Plan Payments” (Local Form 2007-2-a)(attached), making one of the following elections:

1) Wage withholding accompanied by a completed proposed Order to Commence Withholding (Local Form 2007-2-b). The clerk will serve the completed order on the Debtor’s employer. The Debtor shall notify the Chapter 13 Trustee of any changes in employment and/or withholding subsequent to the filing of the plan whereby the Chapter 13 Trustee shall file an amended proposed Withholding Order with the Court. By submitting the proposed Order to Commence Withholding, the Debtor consents to the disclosure of the Debtor’s taxpayer identification number to his/her employer for wage withholding purposes; or

2) Direct pay accompanied by a completed proposed Order Allowing Direct Plan Payments to Trustee (Local Form 2007-2-c). The Trustee shall consent to the Debtor’s motion for direct pay or file an objection to the Debtor’s motion and request a hearing.

Upon failure of the Debtor(s) to file the aforementioned “Motion Regarding Chapter 13 Plan Payments” and proposed order, the case shall be dismissed.

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that General Order 2005-8 filed January 17, 2006, is vacated.

Dated this 1st day of March, 2007.

Lamar W. Davis, Jr.
United States Bankruptcy Judge

John S. Dalis
United States Bankruptcy Judge

Susan D. Barrett
United States Bankruptcy Judge

Vacated per General Order 2013-1.


GENERAL ORDER NUMBER 2005-8 (posted Jan. 23, 2006)

The revised procedure for Salary Orders is that Debtor's must now complete an initial wage withholding order which must accompany the Chapter 13 plan.

Vacated per General Order 2007-2.


GENERAL ORDER NUMBER 2005-7 (posted Nov. 4, 2005)

Order Adopting Case Management/Electronic Case Filing System (CM/ECF) and Local Bankruptcy Court ECF Rules

Vacated per General Order 2010-1.


GENERAL ORDER NUMBER 2005-6 (posted Oct. 28, 2005)

Compensation awarded by the Court to counsel representing Chapter 13 debtors.

Vacated per General Order 2007-6.


GENERAL ORDER NUMBER 2005-5 (posted Oct. 14, 2005; Order Regarding Lease and Adequate Protection Payments)

ORDER REGARDING LEASE AND ADEQUATE PROTECTION PAYMENTS

11 U.S.C. § 1326(11) provides that Chapter 13 debtors shall make certain payments "directly" to certain lessors or creditors, "unless the Court orders otherwise."

After due consideration the Count enters this Order for the purpose of permitting
debtors in their Plan to elect whether to (1) remit those payments "directly" or (2) remit those payments to the Trustee, earmarked for the purpose set forth by Congress.

This action is based in part upon the following considerations and is authorized by § 1326 and § 105:

1. Judicial Economy. No mandatory provision, either allowing or prohibiting these payments to be handled by the Chapter 13 Trustee, can possibly meet the particular needs of every case. Failure to order in advance that debtors may elect the method most likely to permit their Plans to succeed will inevitably lead to countless motions to obtain this permission on a case-by-case basis, consuming untold hours of judicial and administrative resources and driving the cost of Chapter 13 proceeds to debtors, creditors, and counsel higher than can be justified.

2. Record-keeping and Evidentiary Considerations. Chapter 13 Trustees act as fiduciaries, and are uniquely qualified to receive and disburse funds, and to provide reliable records of all such payments. All parties in Chapter 13 cases justifiably rely heavily upon the integrity of these transactions and the records that the Trustee maintains and provides, at no additional cost, to all parties in interest.

3. Creditors' Interests Protected. In the case of adequate protection payments, because debtor's obligation to make these payments is not triggered until a claim is "allowed" and because claims are not "allowed" until filed (§ 502), it may be impossible for a debtor to know when to begin making such payments "directly". Payment to the Trustee of funds estimated to cover these claims will ensure debtors do not become delinquent under this provision simply because they lack any notice of an obligation to commence making them. Creditors rights are preserved under longstanding precedent of this Court. See In re Coplin, 1987 W. L 61929 (Bankr. S.D. Ga.). Coplin ensures that funds held by a Trustee in a case that is dismissed are held for a sufficient period of time, not expressly provided by the terms of § 1326(a)(2),so as to permit creditors with an interest in those funds to make a claim to them See also In re Holly, 109 B.R. 524 (Bankr. S.D. Ga. 1989). Holly applied the Coplin decision to Chapter 13 cases in the event of conversion to Chapter 7. Therefore, in the event of either dismissal or conversion of Chapter 13 case, funds held to provide for adequate protection will be applied to that purpose. The amendments to § 1326 do not negate this precedent.

4. Timely Hearing on Objections. Confirmation hearings will be conducted prior to the deadline for filing claims. As a result, the Court can timely adjudicate any dispute over the amount and method of payment of these claims at confirmation, should a timely objection to the Plan be filed by any creditor.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that pursuant to 11 U.S.C. §§ 1326 and 105, commencing October 17, 2005, debtors are authorized to designate in their Chapter 13 Plans whether lease and adequate protection payments shall be made "directly" to the creditor or remitted to the Trustee.

If these payments are remitted to the Trustee they shall be paid to the creditor designated in the Plan after a claim is allowed until confirmation or further order of this Court. Creditor's rights in these funds shall be governed by the terms of a confirmed Plan, further order of Court, or in the case of a dismissal prior to confirmation, remitted to the creditor for whose benefit they were paid by Debtor and held during the pendency of the case.

This 14th day of October, 2005.

Lamar W. Davis, Jr.
Chief United States Bankruptcy Judge

John S. Dalis
United States Bankruptcy Judge
 


GENERAL ORDER NUMBER 2005-4 (posted Aug. 25, 2005; This order revises the Clerk's Office procedures for the filing of creditor mailing matrixes, effective August 29, 2005.)

This general order establishes revisions to clerk's office procedures for the filing of creditor mailing matrices. The following procedural change will be implemented effective Monday, August 29, 2005.

Creditor Mailing Matrix
The accuracy and completeness of creditor mailing matrices are the shared responsibility of the debtor and debtor's attorney. The Court will rely on the creditor mailing matrix as submitted by the debtor and debtor's attorney. Attached as Exhibit 1 is the Certification of Creditor Mailing Matrix form which must be filed with the creditor mailing matrix. The creditor mailing matrix must be consistent with the schedules provided with the petition.

If an incomplete or inaccurate mailing matrix is submitted, it is the debtor's responsibility to send notice of the meeting of creditors to the creditors not served by the Court. Debtor must then file a Certificate of Service with the Court.

A list of preferred addresses is attached as Exhibit 2. Attorneys should periodically review the court's website at www.gas.uscourts.gov for revisions to this list.

Dated at Savannah, Georgia
This 23rd day of August, 2005.

Lamar W. Davis, Jr.
Chief United States Bankruptcy Judge

Vacated per General Order 2015-1.
 


GENERAL ORDER NUMBER 2005-3

The following General Orders of this Court are vacated:

General Order 12 (1994)
General Order 1995-2
General Order 1996-2
General Order 1997-1
General Order 2001-1

In all Chapter 13 cases filed on or after October 17, 2005, counsel for the debtors are required to utilize the Chapter 13 Plan and Motion and, if applicable, the Modification to Chapter 13 Plan After Confirmation, promulgated and distributed in this District which is attached hereto and posterrd on the OCurt's website at www.gas.uscourts.gov. Counsel's signature on the petition and in any other pleadings in the case shall be deemed to constitute a certification by counsel that the text of the Plan or Modification is identical in every respect to the terms of the standard form Plan of Modification.

If the debtor proposes a Plan or Modification which devistes from the standard form, the Plan or Modification shall contain the following in all capital letters and underlined text:

SEE ATTACHED PAGE FOR NON-STANDARD PLAN PROVISIONS

Failure to comply with the terms of this Order shall be grounds for immediate dismissal of debtor's case and imposition of sanctions on the attorney of record.

This 13th day of October, 2005.

Lamar W. Davis, Jr.
Chief United States Bankruptcy Judge

John S. Dalis
United States Bankruptcy Judge

Vacated per General Order 2017-3.

 


GENERAL ORDER NUMBER 2005-2 (posted Oct. 13, 2005)

This order adopts and publishes the Interim Bankruptcy Rules approved by the Rules Committee of the Judicial Conference of the United States, effective October 17, 2005.

Vacated per General Order 2008-2.


GENERAL ORDER NUMBER 2002-1

Compensation awarded by the Court to counsel representing Chapter 13 debtors.

Vacated per General Order 2005-6


GENERAL ORDER 2001-1 [Contested Matters].

The effect on cases in this district resulting from the adoption of amendments to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26.

Vacated per General Order 2005-3.
 


GENERAL ORDER 1997-2.

In all Chapter 13 cases where confirmation hearings are held after June 1, 1997, all changes to the proposed plan made at confirmation shall be noted on a "Trustee's Motion to Confirm Plan as Amended" form which is attached hereto, or as such form may be modified by the Court, and shall be filed in the case.

JOHN S. DALIS
CHIEF UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY JUDGE

LAMAR W. DAVIS, JR.
UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY JUDGE

JAMES D. WALKER, JR. 
UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY JUDGE

SO ORDERED AND DATED AT AUGUSTA, GEORGIA

THIS 30TH DAY OF MAY, 1997.

Vacated per General Order 2017-4.


GENERAL ORDER 1997-1. [Chapter 13 Proofs of Claim].

Filing of Proofs of Claim on or after June 1, 1997.

Vacated per General Order 2005-3.


GENERAL ORDER 1996-2. [Chapter 13 Plan and Modification].

New plan and modification forms for Chapter 13.

Vacated per General Order 2005-3.


GENERAL ORDER 1995-3. [Payment in Installments].

In every Chapter 13 case filed in this District in which the debtor requests permission to pay filing fees in installments,

IT IS ORDERED that the filing fee required by 28 U.S.C. Section 1930 shall be paid by the Chapter 13 Trustee to the Clerk, United States Bankruptcy Court, out of the first monies paid by the debtor. The final installment shall be payable not later than 120 days after the filing of the petition.

Lamar W. Davis, Jr.
Chief United States Bankruptcy Judge

John S. Dalis
United States Bankruptcy Judge

James D. Walker, Jr.
United States Bankruptcy Judge

Dated at Savannah, Georgia
This 11th day of May, 1995.


GENERAL ORDER 1995-2. [Hearings on Confirmation].

Provisions made to provide for the payment of all timely governmental claims without delaying the administration of cases filed under Chapter 13.

Vacated per General Order 2005-3.

 


GENERAL ORDER 12 (1994). [Filing of Petitions].

The filiing of petitions not in conformity with Section 1930 or Bankruptcy Rule 1006.

Vacated per General Order 2005-3.

 

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