7003-1. COMMENCEMENT OF ADVERSARY PROCEEDINGS.

7003-1. COMMENCEMENT OF ADVERSARY PROCEEDINGS.

(a) DOCUMENTS REQUIRED TO COMMENCE AN ADVERSARY PROCEEDING. A complaint commencing an adversary proceeding is filed with the bankruptcy court clerk. Pleadings shall be prepared in the manner required by Local Bankruptcy Rule 9004-3. The court requires:
(1) the original and two (2) copies of Form B 104, ADVERSARY PROCEEDING COVER SHEET, and the complaint;
(2) the original and two (2) copies of the completed Local Form CSD 3007, SUMMONS IN AN ADVERSARY PROCEEDING.
(b) ASSIGNMENT. Adversary proceedings shall be assigned to the bankruptcy judge assigned to the related Title 11 case.
(c) NOTICE OF RELATED CASE. Where counsel has reason to believe that
a pending action or proceeding on file or about to be filed is related to another pending action or proceeding on file with the court, counsel shall promptly file and serve on all known parties to each related action or proceeding, a notice of
related case, stating the title, number and filing date of each action or proceeding believed to be related, together with a brief statement of their relationship and the reasons why assignment to a single judge is likely to effect a saving of
judicial effort and other economies. The clerk will promptly notify the assigned judges of such filing.
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