Rule 3007-1 Claims - Objection.

(a)     Contents.  An objection to the allowance of 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.

(b)    Separate Objection.   As set forth in subdivision (c) and (d) of this rule, a separate objection and a notice that substantially conforms with L.B.F. 3007-1 must be filed for each claim objected to, except for omnibus objections filed pursuant to F.R.B.P. 3007(d).

(c)    Filing and Notice.  The objecting party must serve the objection to claim and a notice of same using L.B.F. 3007-1 (Notice of Objection to Claim and Deadline to Request Hearing) upon the persons specified under F.R.B.P. 3007(a)(2)(B).  Unless otherwise ordered by the court, a hearing on the objection to claim will not be scheduled unless the claimant files a request for hearing or response to the objection no later than thirty (30) days from the date the notice is served.   

Part III - Claims and Distribution to Creditors and Equity Interest Holders; Plans