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CM/ECF Event Updates

E-Filing (CM/ECF)

 

The following CM/ECF events have been updated in or added to the Kansas Bankruptcy CM/ECF filing system: 

 

Certificate of Compliance and Motion for Entry of Discharge Pursuant to 1328(i)/CARES Act           Added 5/24/2021

          Menu:  Bankruptcy > Other

          Use this event to file a certificate of compliance and motion for discharge for a debtor who qualifies under
          11 USC 1328(i), which allows a discharge in qualifying cases where the debtor defaulted on residential mortgage
          payments.  
          If a motion for discharge is not requesting a special discharge under Section 1328(i), use the
         Certificate of Compliance and Motion for Entry of Discharge event.

 

Chapter 11 Operating Report (Monthly, UST Form 11-MOR)            Added 6/21/2021

          Menu: Bankruptcy > Other

          Use this event to file Chapter 11 non-small business, pre-confirmation monthly operating reports.
          See the U.S.Trustee report form and instructions.

 

Chapter 11 Operating Report (Quarterly, Post Confirmation, UST Form 11-PCR)          Added 6/21/2021 

          Menu:  Bankruptcy > Other

          Use this event to file Chapter 11 non-small business, post-confirmation quarterly operating reports.
          See the U.S.Trustee report form and instructions.

 

Chapter 11 Operating Report (Monthly, Small Business)          Added 6/21/2021

          Menu:  Bankruptcy > Other

          Use this event to file Chapter 11 small business monthly operating reports.

 

Operating Report          Modified 6/21/2021

          Menu:  Bankruptcy > Other

          Use this event to file operating reports in cases that do not fit the criteria for the other
          specific monthly operating report events.  (i.e., Chapter 12 cases). 

 

Supplemental Proof of Claim for CARES Forbearance Claim (Form 4100S)      Added 7/9/21

           Menu: Bankruptcy > Claim Actions

           Use this event to file Form 4100S in compliance with the requirements of 11 U.S.C. 501(f)(1) if the Debtor was
           granted a forbearance under the CARES Act.