The deadline set pursuant to Bankruptcy Rule 4007(c), for filing a complaint objecting to dischargeability of a debt is modified in the following circumstances:
(A) Meeting of Creditors Untimely Noticed. If service of the §341 or post-conversion meeting notice is not timely provided pursuant to Bankruptcy Rule 2002(a), and as a result of this failure to provide notice the §341 meeting must be rescheduled before another notice can be served, the deadline for filing objections to dischargeability of a debt shall be 60 days after the rescheduled date of the §341 meeting.
(B) Case Dismissed and Reinstated. If a case is dismissed prior to the expiration of the deadline for objecting to dischargeability and subsequently reinstated:
(1) in a case dismissed before the §341 meeting is held, the new deadline for filing objections to dischargeability shall be 60 days after the rescheduled §341 meeting, and the clerk shall serve a new §341 notice which notifies all creditors of the deadline; or
(2) in a case dismissed after the §341 meeting is held, the new deadline for filing objections to dischargeability shall be 60 days from entry of the order reinstating the case.
|☞ 2015 Amendment: Subdivision (B)(2) is amended to conform to language of section to other similar local rules.|
(C) Notice of New Deadline. The clerk shall provide notice of any new deadlines established under this rule.