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U.S. Trustee Has Until Conclusion Of First Meeting Of Creditors To File Presumption Of Abuse Statement; But, Failed To Show Cause To Extend Deadlines For Motion To Dismiss Or Objection To Discharge

By Scott Riddle

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 In re Molitor,  --- B.R. ----, 2008 WL 4155283 (Bkrtcy.S.D.Ga. Sep. 5, 2008) (J. Barrett). The first issue was whether the United States Trustee (“UST”) was required to file the § 704(b) presumption of abuse statement within 10 days of the “Commencement” or “conclusion” of the § 341 meeting of creditors. Debtor argues § 704(b)(1) requires the UST to file his statement of abuse within 10 days of the beginning, or & read more

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