Rule 3007-1 Claims - Objection.
(a) Contents. An objection to a claim must list in the caption or the pleading the claim number recorded on the claims register and state particular grounds for the objection, including but not limited to:
(1) whether the claim should be disallowed in its entirety;
(2) whether the claim should be allowed in an amount different from that requested; or
(3) whether the classification of the claim (secured, priority unsecured, general unsecured) is incorrect.
(4) A separate objection must be filed for each claim objected to, except for omnibus objections filed pursuant to F.R.B.P. 3007(d).
(b) Notice of Objection.
(1) The objection, with a notice advising the claimant of the opportunity to request a hearing, must be served on the claimant, the debtor, and any other affected party in interest.
(2) The notice, conforming substantially to L.B.F. 3007-1, must be dated as of the date of mailing and must advise the claimant that:
(A) the claimant may file an amended proof of claim, a response to the objection, or a request for hearing with the court within thirty (30) days after the date of the notice;
(B) the claimant is entitled to have a hearing on the objection if the claimant has filed a written response to the objection, or a written request for a hearing with the court within thirty (30) days after the date of the notice;
(C) if requested by the claimant, the court may allow the claimant to participate in the hearing by telephone; and
(D) the court may sustain the objection and disallow or modify the claim without further notice or hearing if the claimant does not file an amended proof of claim, a response to the objection, or a request for hearing within thirty (30) days after the date of the notice.
(c) Hearing. If the claimant files either a timely answer or a request for hearing on the objection to claim, the clerk will set a date for the hearing on the objection.
(d) Entry of Default Judgment. If the claimant does not file an amended claim, an answer, or request for hearing on the objection to claim within thirty (30) days of the date of the notice, the party filing the objection may move the court for a default judgment without further notice to the claimant.