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The United States should not be charged fees under this schedule, with the exception of those specifically prescribed in Items 1, 3 and 5 when the information requested is available through remote electronic access. This fee applies to services rendered on behalf of the United States if the document requested is available through electronic access. This fee applies to services rendered on behalf of the United States if the recording is available electronically. 31 per name or item searched. This fee applies to services rendered on behalf of the United States if the information requested is available through electronic access.

For payment to trustees pursuant to 11 U. For filing a notice of conversion to a Chapter 7 case. For filing a motion to convert a case to a Chapter 7 case. For filing a motion to divide a joint Chapter 7 case. For filing a motion to reopen a Chapter 7 case. For filing a motion to convert a Chapter 12 case to a Chapter 7 case or a notice of conversion pursuant to 11 U. For filing a motion to convert a Chapter 13 case to a Chapter 7 case or a notice of conversion pursuant to 11 U.

The fee amounts in this item are derived from the fees prescribed in 28 U. If the trustee files the motion to convert, the fee is payable only from the estate that exists prior to conversion. If the filing fee for the chapter to which the case is requested to be converted is less than the fee paid at the commencement of the case, no refund may be provided. The reopening fee must be charged when a case has been closed without a discharge being entered.

The court may waive this fee under appropriate circumstances or may defer payment of the fee from trustees pending discovery of additional assets. If payment is deferred, the fee should be waived if no additional assets are discovered. 9037, if redaction is the only reason for reopening. 10 plus any charges assessed by the Federal Records Center, National Archives, or other storage location removed from the place of business of the courts. 5 that is collected under 28 U. Parties filing a joint notice of appeal should pay only one fee.

If a trustee or debtor-in-possession is the appellant, the fee must be paid only by the estate, to the extent there is an estate. This fee is derived from and equal to the fee prescribed in 28 U. The court may charge and collect fees commensurate with the cost of providing copies of the local rules of court. The court may also distribute copies of the local rules without charge. For handling registry funds deposited with and held by the court, the clerk shall asses a charge from interest earnings, in accordance with the detailed fee schedule issued by the Director of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts. For management of registry funds invested through the Court Registry Investment System, a fee at an annual rate of 10 basis points of assets on deposit shall be assessed from interest earnings, excluding registry funds from disputed ownership interpleader cases deposited under 28 U.

1335 and held in a Court Registry Investment System Disputed Ownership Fund. For management of funds deposited under 28 U. 1335 and invested in a Disputed Ownership Fund through the Court Registry Investment System, a fee at an annual rate of 20 basis points of assets on deposit shall be assessed from interest earnings. The Director of the Administrative Office has the authority to waive these fees for cause. For a motion filed by the debtor to divide a joint case filed under 11 U. These fees are derived from and equal to the filing fees prescribed in 28 U.