If a creditor does not file a proof of such creditor’s claim on time, an entity that is liable to such creditor with the debtor, or that has secured such creditor, may file a proof of such claim.
Further, if a creditor does not timely file a proof of such creditor’s claim, the debtor or the trustee may file a proof of such claim.
A claim or interest, the proof of which is filed under section 501 of this title, is considered to be allowed, unless a party in interest, including a creditor of a general partner in a partnership, objects to it.
If such objection to a claim is made, the court, after issuing notice and a subsequent hearing, determines the amount of such claim in lawful currency of the United States as of the date of the filing of the petition, and allows such claim.
An entity can timely file a request for payment of an administrative expense, or may leisurely file such request if permitted by the court for cause.
After notice and a hearing, administrative expenses are allowed, other than claims, including the actual costs and expenses of preserving the estate including wages, salaries, and commissions for services rendered after the commencement of the case; and wages and benefits awarded pursuant to a judicial proceeding
A person receiving compensation or reimbursement may not agree to share any compensation or reimbursement with another person; or any compensation or reimbursement received by another person