Who needs a form B104?
Form B104 is requested in court in order to file an adversary proceeding. It must be completed by the plaintiff or his attorney.
What is B104 for?
When a person is going through a bankruptcy court hearing, he has a chance to initiate an adversary proceeding in order to challenge certain issues in the bankruptcy court. In the legal system of the United States, tangible and real property remain under the court jurisdiction during a bankruptcy case in a special form of estate. The purpose of an adversary proceeding is to solve issues with this kind of estate.
Is it accompanied by other forms?
Form B104 does not require any additional documents, although remember to submit a separate cover sheet for each complaint you want to submit.
When is form B104 due?
You need to check with your attorney when to file the form B104.
How do I fill out form B104?
An adversary proceeding cover sheet may be filed by you or your attorney. It is a basic pleading with the names of the plaintiff and defendant, the bankruptcy case number and cause of action. There is a box where you can choose the position of the parties involved in the case, like debtor, or creditor, or trustee. And there is another box for determining the nature of the suit, whether it is going to be a hearing about recovery of money or dischargeability or validity and extent of lien.
Where do I send form B104?
Deliver it to the court clerk in person or mail it to the bankruptcy court. Also, if this court has such an option on the website, you can submit your complaint electronically.