2001-1. MAIL REDIRECTION

2001-1. Mail Redirection.


(a) Consent of Debtor. The filing of a petition under Title 11 by a debtor engaged in business is deemed to be the debtor’s consent to mail redirection by the interim trustee and the trustee.

(b) Objection by Debtor. If the debtor does not consent to mail redirection, the debtor shall file a written objection with the Clerk. Upon the filing of the debtor’s objection, the Court shall promptly set a hearing on notice to the debtor, trustee and United States Trustee. After the filing of the objection, and pending order of Court, the redirection shall continue, but the trustee shall hold, and not open, the debtor’s mail.

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