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Official Form 101B, Statement About Payment of an Eviction Judgment Against You (individuals)

Fill out this official bankruptcy form (a) After filing Official Form 101A, Initial Statement About an Eviction Judgment Against You (individuals);  (b)  After serving  on your  landlord a copy of Form 101A; (c) You want to stay in your rented  residence for  30 days or more after filing Form B101, Voluntary Petition for Individuals Filing for Bankruptcy,

Notice Provider Application

Complete this application provided by the US Bankruptcy Court. With this application, include a brief statement of the specific facts described in item 4 therein.

B25B, Name of Attorney for Plan Proponent – United States Courts

This plan proponent is framed under  Chapter  11 of the Bankruptcy. With a disclosure statement explaining more detailed information and the rights  of creditors and equity security holders have been incorporated in the plan. Read this plan carefully to ensure prompt processing. Discuss with the lawyer for any grey matters  or issues.

Official Form 101B, Statement About Payment of an Eviction Judgment Against You (individuals)

Fill out this official bankruptcy form (a) After filing Official Form 101A, Initial Statement About an Eviction Judgment Against You (individuals) (b) After serving on your landlord a copy of Form 101A; (c) You want to stay in your rented residence for 30 days or more after filing Form B101, Voluntary Petition for Individuals Filing for Bankruptcy,

19671, Lease Addendum

The lease addendum adds features or provisions to the existing lease. The lease is being amended with the integration of the provisions introduced in the lease addendum. The provision of the lease addendum prevails in the event that any conflict arising between both provisions of the lease and of the lease addendum.

HUD-40030 – Claim for Temporary Relocation Expenses (Residential Moves)

Its use is under the supervision of the Office of Community Planning and Development of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. This is valid until April 30, 2018. Review first the Public Reporting Burden and Privacy Act Statements found at page 3 of the claim form before completing this form. Families and individuals who apply for reimbursement of temporary relocation expenses can use this claim form. The Agency will help the claimant complete the form. For more information on the requirements and other guidance materials, see HUD’s website at www.hud.gov/relocation. If the full amount claimed is not approved, the Agency will provide a written explanation for the disapproval. If not satisfied with the determination of the Agency, the claimant can make an appeal through its assistance.

HUD-40055 – Claim for Moving And Related Expenses – Nonresidential

Review first the Public Reporting Burden and Privacy Act Statements found at page 5 before completing this form. Displaced businesses, nonprofit organizations, and farms can use this claim form. They claim a payment for Actual Reasonable Moving and Related Expenses. Also, they prefer Reestablishment Expenses. They do not want to claim a Fixed Payment. Other details to consider are found at the claim form. The Agency will help the claimant complete the form, with emphasis in explaining the difference between the two payments as indicated in the form. For more information on the form completion’s requirements and other guidance materials, see HUD’s website. If the full amount claimed is not approved, the Agency will provide a written explanation for the disapproval. If not satisfied with the determination of the Agency, the claimant can make an appeal through its assistance.

HUD-40056 – Claim for Fixed Payment – Nonresidential

Review first the Public Reporting Burden and Privacy Act Statements found at page 3 before completing this form. The use of the claim form is under the supervision of the Office of Community Planning and Development of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. This is valid until April 30, 2018. Displaced businesses, nonprofit organizations, and farm operators can use this claim form. These individuals claim a Fixed Payment. They do not want to claim a Payment for Actual Reasonable Moving and Related Expenses. Also, they do not want to include Reestablishment Expenses. Other details to consider are found at the claim form. The Agency will help the claimant complete the form, with emphasis in explaining the difference between the two payments as indicated in the form. For more information on the form completion’s requirements and other guidance materials, see HUD’s website. If the full amount claimed is not approved, the Agency will provide a written explanation for the disapproval. If not satisfied with the determination of the Agency, the claimant can make an appeal through its assistance.

HUD-40057 – Claim for Replacement Housing Payment – 180 Day Homeowner-Occupant

Review first the Public Reporting Burden and Privacy Act Statements found at page 3 before completing this form. Families and individuals who apply for a replacement housing payment can use this form. This is in consonance with the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970 (URA). This also pertains to a 90-day homeowner occupant who elects to buy a replacement home. The use of the form HUD-40058 is also applied to a homeowner-occupant who decides to rent rather than buy. The Agency will help the claimant complete the form. For more information on the requirements and other guidance materials, see HUD’s website at www.hud.gov/relocation. If the full amount claimed is not approved, the Agency will provide a written explanation for the disapproval. If not satisfied with the determination of the Agency, the claimant can make an appeal through its assistance. The use of the claim form is under the supervision of the Office of Community Planning and Development of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. This is valid until April 30, 2018.