nited States trustee appoints one disinterested person that is a member of the panel of private trustees or that is serving as trustee in the case immediately before the order for relief to serve as interim trustee in a particular case. If no member of such panel is willing to serve as interim trustee in the case, then the United States trustee serves as interim trustee in the case.
A creditor may vote for a candidate for trustee only if such creditor holds a permissible, undisputed, fixed, liquidated claim.
At the meeting of creditors, they may elect one person to serve as trustee in the case if election of a trustee is requested by creditors that may vote, and that hold at least 20 percent in amount of the claims specified.
A candidate for trustee becomes an elected trustee if the creditors holding at least 20 percent in amount of the claims of a kind specified that are held by creditors that may vote and such candidate receives the votes of creditors holding a majority in amount of claims specified that are held by creditors that vote for a trustee.