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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT

FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN

SOUTHERN DIVISION-DETROIT













CHAPTER 13
CASE NO. 11-53376
JUDGE STEVEN W. RHODES


IN RE:

Marilyn Fessler






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Debtor.














ORDER EXCUSING ENTRY OF THIRD PARTY PAYMENT ORDER

AND ORDER TO DEBTOR TO REMIT PAYMENTS TO CHAPTER 13 TRUSTEE

BY ELECTRONIC TRANSFER OF FUNDS

The above named Debtor having filed a petition for relief under Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code, and having sought to excuse entry of a

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that entry of a third-party payment order pursuant to E.D. Mich. LBR 1007-1(c)(1)(A) is excused pursuant to E.D.



third-party payment order as required by E.D. Mich. LBR 1007-1(c)(1)(A) and requesting to remit payments to the Chapter 13 Trustee by electronic
transfer of funds pursuant to E.D. Mich. LBR 1007-1(c)(1)(B) from the debtor’s bank account for the following reasons: Marilyn is self employed
and further seeking entry of this Order without notice inasmuch as the third-party payment order may be entered without notice, and the consent of the
Trustee having been obtained, and the Court being otherwise sufficiently advised in the premises;


Mich. LBR 9029-1(e) in the above-captioned matter, or in the event a previous third-party payment order was entered, said Order is voided and held for
naught until further Order of the Court;

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that within 10 days of the entry of this Order, the Debtor shall complete the approved Authorization Agreement

for Preauthorized Payments (ACH)** authorizing the Chapter 13 Trustee, Krispen S. Carroll, or her successor, to initiate debit and/or credit entries to
the bank account listed in the agreement in the amount of $24.80 per month until further order of the Court;


IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that these payments shall commence as of June 9, 2011, as required by 11 USC § 1326(a)(1). ). Any attempt to
terminate the ACH or challenge a withdrawal made pursuant to the ACH shall be made only after obtaining permission of the Bankruptcy Court. Failure
to seek prior authorization to terminate the agreement or challenge a withdrawal under the agreement may constitute cause for dismissal pursuant to 11
USC §1307 and may result in further sanctions, as determined by the court.



IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Counsel for Debtor shall serve a copy of the Order upon the Debtor.

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Signed on July 06, 2011








_ /s/ Steven Rhodes _

Steven Rhodes
United States Bankruptcy Judge

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