4001-1. APPLICABILITY OF RULE AND ASSIGNMENT OF IDENTIFICATION NUMBER TO RELIEF FROM STAY MOTIONS.
4001-1. APPLICABILITY OF RULE AND ASSIGNMENT OF IDENTIFICATION NUMBER TO RELIEF FROM STAY MOTIONS.(a) APPLICABILITY OF RULE. This rule read in conjunction with Fed. R. Bankr. P. 4001 prescribes procedures for filing motions for relief from the automatic stay pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 362. This rule does not govern motions for use of cash collateral or to obtain credit. Such motions are governed by Fed. R. Bankr. P. 4001(b), (c) and (d) and Local Bankruptcy Rule 9014.
(b) ASSIGNMENT OF IDENTIFICATION NUMBER TO MOTIONS FOR RELIEF FROM STAY. Prior to serving the motion and the notice of motion required by this rule, the moving party shall assign an identification number to the action, inserted two lines below the case number. This number shall appear on all copies of the motion and notice of motion which are served on any party and on all subsequent
pleadings relating to the motion.
(1) The Relief from Stay Number [designated as "RS No."] shall consist of not more than three initials of the attorney for moving party and the number which is one
number higher than the number of relief from stay motions previously filed by said attorney in conjunction with that specific bankruptcy case. [Example: the first R.S. Motion Control Number assigned by Attorney John D. Doe in the "Smith"
bankruptcy case would be JDD1, the second JDD2, the third JDD3, and so on.]
(2) This numbering sequence would be repeated for each specific bankruptcy case in which said attorney files a relief from stay motion.