Rule 9002-1 Self-Scheduling - Contested Matters.
(a) Filing a Self-Scheduling Motion. When a motion is filed using self-scheduling the electronic filer shall use the Courtroom Hearing Scheduler ("CHS").
(b) Response and Hearing Dates. CHS will set a response date for the motion. CHS will also provide a list of available hearing dates at court locations. The electronic filer will select a hearing date from the list.
(c) Notice of Response and Hearing Dates. A notice containing the response date as well a hearing location and date will be noticed by the clerk’s office through the Bankruptcy Noticing Center.
(d) Service of the Self-Scheduled Motion. The electronic filer shall serve the motion in the manner provided in L.B.R. 9013-1(c) and file a certificate of service pursuant to L.B.R. 9013-3. The certificate of service shall be filed within seven (7) days of the filing of the motion.
(e) A movant seeking relief from the automatic stay who chooses to self-schedule the hearing will be deemed to have waived the 30-day hearing requirement contained in 11 U.S.C. § 362(e) and the automatic stay will remain in effect pending further order of the court.