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Rule 2004. Examination | Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure | US Law | LII / Legal Information Institute Rule 2004. Examination (a) Examination on Motion. On motion of any party in interest, the court may order the examination of any entity. (b) Scope of Examination.How is a motion for examination heard in a bankruptcy?
See generally 2 Collier, Bankruptcy ff 343.02, 343.08, 343.13 (15th ed. 1981). It specifies the manner of moving for an examination. The motion may be heard ex parte or it may be heard on notice. Subdivision (b) is derived from former Bankruptcy Rules 205 (d) and 11–26.What is Subdivision (B) in a bankruptcy case?
Subdivision (b) is derived from former Bankruptcy Rules 205 (d) and 11–26. Subdivision (c) specifies the mode of compelling attendance of a witness or party for an examination and for the production of evidence under this rule.Can a subpoena for a rule 2004 examination be issued?
In light of this procedure, a subpoena for a Rule 2004 examination is now properly issued from the court where the bankruptcy case is pending and by an attorney authorized to practice in that court, even if the examination is to occur in another district. ‹ Rule 2003. Meeting of Creditors or Equity Security Holders up Rule 2005.