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Rule 1019-1. Conversion of Cases and Post-Conversion Requirements

(a) CONVERSION TO CHAPTER 7.

    (1) From Chapter 12 or 13. The debtor may convert a chapter 12 or 13 case to a chapter 7 case at any time by filing a verified conversion adapted from Local Form 1019-1. The conversion shall be accompanied by the exhibits, attachments, schedules, statements and lists appropriate for a chapter 7 case, including, if applicable, the chapter 7 statement of your current monthly income (Official Form 122A-1) and chapter 7 means test calculation (Official Form 122A-2), and statement of intention.  The schedules shall list all property of the estate as of the date of the petition that remains in the possession of or is under the control of the debtor on the date of conversion.

    (2) From Chapter 11. If conversion is allowed under §1112(a) of the Code, the debtor may convert a chapter 11 case to a chapter 7 case by filing a verified conversion adapted from Local Form 1019-1. If the debtor is not an individual, proof of authority to sign and file the conversion shall be attached to the conversion. Within 14 days after the filing of the conversion, the debtor shall file a final report and account on the form prescribed by the clerk and a matrix for mailing purposes providing the names and addresses of any new unpaid creditors.

(b) CONVERSION TO CHAPTER 11 FROM CHAPTER 7. If conversion is allowed under §706(a) of the Code, the debtor may convert a chapter 7 case to a chapter 11 case by filing a verified conversion adapted from Local Form 1019-1. If the debtor is not an individual, proof of authority to sign and file the conversion shall be attached to the conversion. The list of creditors in matrix form, summary of business, proof of authority to file and list of creditors with the twenty largest unsecured claims (Official Form 104 or 204) shall be filed within two days after the conversion.  All other documents shall be filed within 14 days after the conversion, unless filed before the case was converted or the court orders otherwise.

(c) CONVERSION TO CHAPTER 12 OR 13 FROM CHAPTER 7. If conversion is allowed under §706(a) of the Code, the debtor may convert a chapter 7 case to a chapter 12 or 13 case by filing a verified conversion adapted from Local Form 1019-1. The conversion shall be accompanied by the exhibits, attachments, schedules, statements and lists appropriate for a chapter 12 or 13 case.