CHAPTER 3
 
ACCOUNTS, AUDITS AND DISTRIBUTION
 

 
 
 
 

E.

Review of Schedule of Distribution
     
   
1.

Objections

     
    Objections must be filed in duplicate with the Clerk and must include a statement of the bases of the objections. No objection that was or could have been presented at the audit may be raised as an objection to the schedule.
     
2.   Disposition of Schedule
     
    If the consents of all necessary parties are attached, the Court may approve the schedule of distribution immediately upon filing, and the approval will be absolute. Where notice has been given, the Court may approve the schedule twenty (20) days after filing. If no objections have been filed, the schedule will become absolute on the day of approval. If objections have been filed, the Court in its discretion may hold a hearing or require argument. Any party has twenty (20) days after the Court’s disposition of the objections in which to file exceptions.
 

 


 
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