Motion to Limit Notice    Modified 03/15/2004

 

OVERVIEW

 

A motion to limit notice is filed in cases that have large creditor lists which would normally require service. A party will request limited notice to a predetermined number of parties, for example, to avoid major costs to the estate or expedite the noticing process.

 

 

PROCEDURE

 

        1. Select Bankruptcy

        2. Select Motions/Applications

        3. Enter case number and click Next

        4. Verify correct case number and caption

        5. Select Limit Notice

        1. Indicate if this is a joint filing with another attorney(s)

        2. Select Additional attorneys if appropriate

        1. Select Party or Add/Create Party

          • The Party Attorney Association screen may display.  Indicate the party you represent.

        1. Browse, verify and attach the Motion/Application (pdf file)  

          • Attach supporting documents, if applicable.

        1. Select the Type of event the motion refers to

        2. Select the appropriate event(s) to which your event relates.

        3. Certificate of Service Included?

        4. Specify and click Next

        1. Modify docket text as appropriate

 

WARNING: Verify filing entry information is correct before submitting the Final Docket Text.

 

        1. Save the Notice of Electronic Filing.