6007-2. NOTICE REQUIREMENTS.
6007-2. NOTICE REQUIREMENTS.(a) VOLUNTARY ABANDONMENT.
(1) PROPERTY WITH TOTAL VALUE OF LESS THAN $2,500. When the property to be abandoned has a total value of less than $2,500,
the trustee or debtor-in-possession shall give notice of the proposed abandonment to the following: the debtor; the debtor's attorney; the United States
Trustee; any other entity entitled to receive notice of default or notice of sale under applicable non-bankruptcy laws governing foreclosure of the real or personal property which is the subject of the motion, or the agents for such parties; and to any
committees appointed or elected pursuant to the Bankruptcy Code.
(2) PROPERTY WITH TOTAL VALUE OF $2,500 OR MORE. When the property to be abandoned has a total value of $2,500 or more, the trustee or debtor-in-possession shall give notice of the proposed abandonment pursuant to Local Bankruptcy Rule 2002-2.
(b) MOTION BY PARTY IN INTEREST. A party in interest may file and serve a motion requiring the trustee or debtor-in-possession to abandon property of the estate. The motion and notice shall comply with Local Bankruptcy Rule 9013.