Self-Scheduling Hearings

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Filing Instructions for Self-Scheduled Matters
Pursuant to L.B.R. 9002-1(c), no matters other than those listed below can be self-scheduled.

Self-Scheduling a Hearing in CM/ECF Filers unfamiliar with the self-scheduling process are encouraged to watch a video demonstration of how to self-schedule a hearing in CM/ECF. 
The video demonstration is available by clicking here.

Obtaining Hearing Dates Filers can access the Matter Hearing Dates (CHS) page of this Court's website to obtain objection and hearing information for their notice prior to e-filing the pleading in CM/ECF.
The hearing information in the filer's notice should match the hearing information that is selected when the pleading is e-filed in CM/ECF.
NOTE: Amended motions (including to any of the matters listed below) may not be self-scheduled and may not be used to change the original hearing date. Requests to adjourn any hearing dates must be made by filing an appropriate motion to continue.

Adequate Protection
Amended Chapter 12 Plan - Pre-Confirmation
Amended Chapter 13 Plan - Pre-Confirmation
Automatic Stay (Relief from)
Cash Collateral (Use or Prohibit Use)
Convert Ch. 11 to Ch. 7
Convert Ch. 11 to Ch. 12 or 13
Dismiss Case/Party and/or Convert Ch 11 to Ch 7 (11 U.S.C. §§ 1112(a) OR 1112(b))
Dismiss Case/Party and/or Convert Ch 11 to Ch 12 or 13 (11 U.S.C. § 1112(d))
Dismiss Ch. 11 Case (11 U.S.C. § 1112(e))
Dismiss Ch. 12 Case/Party (11 U.S.C. § 1208)
Dismiss Ch. 13 Case/Party (11 U.S.C. § 1307)
Dismiss Ch. 13 Case by Trustee (11 U.S.C. §§ 521(i) and 1307(c))
Dismiss Ch. 13 Case by Trustee (11 U.S.C. §§ 521(i) and 1307(c)) (material default, tax returns, failure to make plan payments OR plan unconfirmable)
Dismiss Ch. 7 Case/Party (11 U.S.C. §§ 521 and 707(a))
Dismiss Ch. 7 Case (11 U.S.C. § 707(b))
Executory Contracts of Unexpired Leases, Assume or Reject
Extend Time of Claims Bar Date (File a Late Claim)
Incur Debt/Obtain Credit
Require Modification of Plan (Post Confirmation) by Trustee
Substantive Consolidation
Value Collateral