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New Policy on Returned Mail and Changes of Attorney Addresses

Tue, 02/06/2007 - 4:00am

See Operating Order 07-03.

After consultation with the Court's Advisory Committee, the Judges have approved a new policy which allows the Clerk to delete incorrect or incomplete addresses from the mailing matrix upon the return of mail for the failure of service or to change the address to a corrected or forwarding address if provided by the U.S. Postal Service. Returned mail will be noted on the case docket, in order to advise (by NEF) debtor's counsel, trustees and other parties of the deletion or change and indicate the opportunity to provide a corrected or complete address.

In the instance of an attorney's change of address, the notifying attorney should provide a specific list of cases in which the address change will be noted, otherwise it will be changed in all pending and closed cases in which the attorney is associated.