ORDER DENYING DEBTOR'S MOTION TO EXTEND THE AUTOMATIC STAY
THOMAS J. TUCKER, Bankruptcy Judge
This case is before the Court on a motion filed on July 5, 2017 by the Debtor, entitled "Motion to Extend Automatic Stay" (Docket # 24, the "Motion"). The Court must deny the Motion, because it was not timely filed, and it was filed too late to enable the Court to comply with the 30-day hearing deadline of 11 U.S.C. § 362(c)(3)(B), while still giving proper notice to creditors of the hearing.
Under 11 U.S.C. § 362(c)(3)(B), in order for the Court to extend the automatic stay, a hearing on a motion to extend the automatic stay must be completed within 30 days after the filing of the case. Because of the statute's 30-day hearing deadline, LBR 4001-4(a) (E.D. Mich.) requires that a motion to extend the stay be filed and served within seven days after the bankruptcy petition is filed. LBR 4001-4(a) provides further: "When such a motion is filed, the court will schedule a hearing with a notice to all parties in interest. If the movant has not received a notice of hearing within seven days after filing the motion, the movant may contact the judge's courtroom deputy clerk to obtain a hearing date within the time limit established by law."
Debtor filed her voluntary petition for relief under Chapter 13 in this case on June 8, 2017. Debtor did not file the Motion until July 5, 2017, which was 27 days after the petition date, and therefore 20 days after the deadline to file such a motion expired under LBR 4001-4(a).
This was also less than 3 business days before the 30-day hearing deadline expires on July 10, 2017.
IT IS ORDERED that the Motion (Docket # 24) is denied.