4002-1. SAFEKEEPING OF BOOKS AND RECORDS.
4002-1. SAFEKEEPING OF BOOKS AND RECORDS.(a) SAFEKEEPING OF BOOKS AND RECORDS. The debtor shall maintain,
preserve and keep in safe storage all of the debtor's books and records during the time the case remains open.
(b) TURNOVER OF BOOKS AND RECORDS. Upon request, the debtor shall
make the debtor's books and records immediately available to the trustee, the United States Trustee or their designated agents.
(c) LIMITATION OF DISPOSITION.
(1) After the books and records of the debtor are no longer necessary for the administration of the case, the trustee may give thirty (30) days notice to the
debtor and debtor's attorney, if any, that said books and records may be disposed of if not claimed within that thirty (30) day period.
(2) Upon notice to the debtor, trustee and United States Trustee, regulatory or governmental entities may apply to the court for permission to take possession and
provide for the maintenance and safekeeping of books and records at the expense of the agency.
(3) Upon written notification that an investigation is contemplated or pending by a regulatory or governmental entity, the trustee shall retain any books and records except upon sixty (60) days notice to such entity.