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Chapter 11 Small Business Non-Individual Debtor Complete Filings (Including Subchapter V)

*These requirements apply to corporations, partnerships, associations and any other entity that is not an individual. These entities MUST be represented by an attorney.
Chapter 11 Small Business Non-Individual Debtor (including cases filed under the Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019*): Documents Important Notes
Petition, Schedules and Statements

* The Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019 is also referred to on these pages as "Subchapter V," or "Chapter 11, Subchapter V." 

Instructions: Bankruptcy Forms for Non-Individuals



These documents should be filed as attachments to the main petition document. See instructions for filing separate attachments to a main document.




For cases filed under the Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019 (Chapter 11, Subchapter V):

Interim Rules



The Balance sheet, Cash flow statement and Statement of operations should be filed separately using the appropriate CM events.

Appropriately redacted tax information should be filed using the voluntary petition event (if appended to the petition) or the Tax information for small business event (if filed separately).  

Creditor Matrix. See preparation instructions for more information.

This is the only text (.txt) document.

Signature declaration form

A pen in hand signature of the debtor entity's authorized signatory is required.
OPTIONAL: Debtor's Electronic Noticing Request 

This is an optional document to be submitted only by debtors who wish to receive court generated documents by email instead of paper copies though the U.S. Mail.

Each debtor completes a separate form with pen in hand signature.

For further information, visit the court's DeBN page.


Filing Fee of $1738.00**

** The court cannot accept a debtor's check or credit card for the filing fee. The filing fee may be paid with the exact amount of the fee by a money order, a cashier's check, debit card, or the credit card or check of a law firm or of an attorney representative admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota.