RULE 3007-1 CLAIMS - OBJECTIONS [Modified 9/9/13]


(a)  When to File:  In Chapter 13 cases only, objections to claims shall be served and filed with the Court within sixty (60) days after the deadline for filing proofs of claim or within such additional time as the Court may allow upon the filing of a motion to extend time and for good cause shown. Any claim to which a timely objection is not filed shall be deemed allowed and shall be paid by the Chapter 13 trustee in accordance with the provisions of the confirmed plan. The Court, in its discretion, may disallow an untimely objection to a proof of claim.  


(b) Response Time Required on All Objections to Claim:  An objection to a claim(s) shall contain the following notice, which shall appear below the signature block of the objecting party, or otherwise be conspicuously set forth within the objection:




Within fourteen (14) days after service as evidenced by the certification, and an additional three (3) days pursuant to Fed. R. Bankr. P. 9006 if you were served by mail, any party against whom this paper has been served, or any other party to the action who objects to the relief sought herein, shall serve and file an objection or other appropriate response to this paper with the Bankruptcy Court Clerk’s Office, 380 Westminster Street, 6th Floor, Providence, RI 02903, (401) 626-3100. If no objection or other response is timely filed within the time allowed herein, the paper will be deemed unopposed and will be granted unless: (1) the requested relief is forbidden by law; (2) the requested relief is against public policy; or (3) in the opinion of the Court, the interest of justice requires otherwise. If you timely file such a response, you will be given thirty (30) days notice of the hearing date for this objection.