BLR 9003-2. Restrictions on Letter Communications to Bankruptcy Judge.

Communications to a Bankruptcy Judge regarding a request for an order or other relief (including a request for an extension of time) or matters that are or may be in dispute, or communications of facts or legal issues regarding a particular case, proceeding, or matter pending before that Bankruptcy Judge, shall be by written motion, pleading, or other paper, and not by letter. Ordinarily, a letter seeking such action will not be treated as a motion, will not be considered by the Bankruptcy Court, and will not be filed with the Bankruptcy Clerk. Parties and their counsel shall not provide the Bankruptcy Court with copies of correspondence among themselves relating to matters that are or may be in dispute.