Order Declining to Sustain Objections to Claims Despite Default

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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
In re PACIFIC DIAGNOSTIC TECHNOLOGIES, INC.,                           No. 97-14602      Debtor(s). ______________________________________/
ORDER ON APPLICATIONS TO DISALLOW CLAIMS
     The debtor has filed numerous applications to disallow claims be default. However, the grounds for objection to many of the claims do not seem valid, and many of the objections were not served on the claimant at the address stated in the proof of claim. In addition, at least one of the claims is supported by a judgment.      For the foregoing reasons, all the applications are DENIED without prejudice to a hearing on renotice. The debtor shall serve the notice at the address stated in the proof of claim. Each objection shall be supported by a declaration of a knowledgeable person (not debtor's counsel), setting forth a prima facie case for disallowance. Claimants shall be notified that if they hire an attorney, the attorney may appear telephonically. A copy of this order shall be served on each claimant along with the notice of hearing.      SO ORDERED.
Dated: June 22, 1999                                              ____________________________                                                                                  Alan Jaroslovsky                                                                                  United States Bankruptcy