(a) “Bankruptcy Clerk” means the Bankruptcy Court Clerk and deputy clerks of the Bankruptcy Court.
(b) “Bankruptcy Code” or “Code” means Title 11 of the United States Code.
(c) “Bankruptcy Court” means the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Georgia.
(d) “Bankruptcy Judge” means any United States Bankruptcy Judge exercising jurisdiction with respect to cases or proceedings filed in the Bankruptcy Court.
(e) “Bankruptcy Rules” mean the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure.
(f) “Business Days” means every day, excluding Saturdays, Sundays, and legal holidays.
(g) “District Clerk” means the District Court Clerk and deputy clerks.
(h) “District Court” means the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.
(i) “District Judge” means any United States District Judge exercising jurisdiction with respect to cases or proceedings in the District Court or the Bankruptcy Court.
(j) “CM/ECF Administrative Procedures” means the administrative procedures established by the Bankruptcy Court with regard to the electronic case filing and docketing system used by the Bankruptcy Court as provided in BLR 5005-5(b).
(k) “Electronic Case Filing Program” means the program of the Bankruptcy Court that, in accordance with the provisions of the CM/ECF Administrative Procedures, permits Registered Users to file certain papers in the Bankruptcy Court electronically through internet access and to pay required filing fees in connection therewith.
(l) “Image format” means the format of a document that has been scanned to create a graphics file so that, when the document is electronically filed, a user electronically retrieving the document is able to view an image of the document.
(m) “Registered User” means a person who is registered to participate in the Bankruptcy Court’s Electronic Case Filing program and has been issued a password.
(n) “Text format” means the format of a document initially created using word processing software.
(o) “Verified Paper” means a filing that a person signs and thereby declares under oath or penalty of perjury concerning the truth of matters set forth in that filing. “Verified Paper” does not include a Certificate of Service signed by an attorney admitted to practice in the Bankruptcy Court or a proof of claim. Verified Papers include, without limitation, petitions for relief under the Bankruptcy Code; lists of creditors, and all documents required to be filed under Bankruptcy Rule 1007(b); affidavits; verified applications, motions, complaints, answers, counterclaims, cross claims and replies; and any amendments to any of the foregoing.