4001-1. A. Applicability of Local Bankruptcy Rule 9013. Except as otherwise provided herein, Local Bankruptcy Rule 9013 applies to motions for relief from stay, use of cash collateral, adequate protection, and financing orders.
B. MOTIONS FOR RELIEF FROM STAY. The thirty (30) days within which the Court must preliminarily rule on such a motion under 11U.S.C. § 362(e) shall be computed from the date on which a motion is served on opposing parties and filed with the Court. In addition to those parties listed in Rule 4001 Fed.R.Bankr.P., notice shall be given to the debtor, attorney for the debtor, trustee or examiner, the United States Trustee, to any persons requesting special notice under Rule 2002(i) Fed.R.Bankr.P., and any chapter 11 creditors’ committee or other official committee duly appointed in a chapter 11 case.
4001-2. [RESERVED] [Former Rules 18 & 24]
CASH COLLATERAL OR ADEQUATE PROTECTION AGREEMENTS [SO 10/30/85]
All requests for orders approving adequate protection or cash collateral agreements or stipulations shall be sought by written motion and notice of motion, and shall be the subject of a hearing. The party seeking the order shall prepare and serve the motion and notice of motion. Notice shall be given to the parties to the agreement, all parties having any other interest in the collateral, and the creditors’ committee, if any, and the United States Trustee. If there is no creditors’ committee, and
notice shall be given to the twenty largest creditors. At the hearing, after inquiry into the content and consequences of the agreement, the Court may direct a further hearing on notice to all creditors or all parties-in-interest. The Court will entertain without a hearing, requests for an order approving a cash collateral agreement or a stipulation which provides for nothing more than a replacement lien on post-petition assets, in an amount equal to the amount of cash collateral used. a cash collateral agreement or a stipulation which provides for nothing more than a on post-petition assets, in an amount equal to the amount of cash collateral used.