(i) preclude the holder from presenting the omitted information, in any form, as evidence in any contested matter or adversary proceeding in the case, unless the court determines that the failure was substantially justified or is harmless; or
(ii) award other appropriate relief, including reasonable expenses and attorney's fees caused by the failure. [emphasis added]
New Rule 3002.1(b) (effective as of December 1, 2011), deals with payment changes on claims that have the debtor's principal residence as a security interest in Chapter 13 cases. The change must be served no later than 21 days before the new payment is due. However, Rule 3002.1(c) requires an itemized notice to be given, within 180 days of incurrence of any postpetition fees, expenses, or charges that the holder of the claim asserts are recoverable from the debtor or against the debtor's principal residence. This might include, for example, inspection fees, late charges, or attorney's fees.