BANKRUPTCY NOTICE PROVIDER
Pursuant to Fed. R. Bankr. P. 2002(g)(4), an entity may enlist an approved bankruptcy notice provider to give notice to creditors. The Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts maintains a list of approved bankruptcy notice providers on its website at: https://www.uscourts.gov/services-forms/bankruptcy/approved-bankruptcy-notice-providers
ELECTRONIC NOTICE AND SERVICE
Non-CM/ECF filers may elect to receive electronic notice and service of documents filed in a Bankrutcy Case or Adversary Proceeding in the following ways:
- Consent to and Request for Electronic Notice and Service. In accordance with D. Conn. L. R. 9036-1(a) and the Court’s Administrative Procedures for Electronic Case Filing (Local Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure, Appendix A), a Pro Se Filer/Litigant, creditor, plaintiff/defendant or party-in-interest may request and consent to the electronic notice and service of all documents in a bankruptcy case or adversary proceeding, instead of notice and service through the United States Mail. More information about this can be found here: Electronic Notice and Service of Documents for non-CM/ECF Filers
- (BNC) Debtor Electronic Bankruptcy Noticing (DeBN). The Bankruptcy Noticing Center (BNC) makes available to debtors the DeBN program, which enables debtors to receive court-generated notices and orders through the BNC by email instead of paper. Only court-generated notices will be sent electronically. Other parties will continue to send their notices by whichever other means are authorized by the federal and local rules of bankruptcy procedure. More information about this can be found here: Debtor Electronic Bankruptcy Noticing (DeBN).
- (BNC) Electronic Noticing and Electronic Data Interchange. The Bankruptcy Noticing Center (BNC) has options for creditors and other parties to register for electronic noticing, along with an option to receive data from an electronic data interchange (EDI). More information about this can be found here: Electronic Noticing and Data Interchange.