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

Communications to a Bankruptcy Judge regarding a request for relief (including a request for an extension of time) or matter pending before that Bankruptcy Judge must be by written motion, pleading, or other paper, and not by letter or e-mail. Unless the Bankruptcy Judge determines otherwise, a letter or e-mail will not be treated as a motion, will not be considered by the Bankruptcy Court, and will not be docketed in the case.