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Friday, July 9, 2010

Beginning Monday, July 12, 2010, there will be a change to the Bankruptcy Noticing Center's (the "BNC") mailing procedure involving invalid addresses.
The BNC will no longer mail a notice to an invalid address, as identified by the US Postal Service. Instead, the BNC will issue a bypass notification which will:
(1) include a copy of the notice that the BNC did not mail to the undeliverable address;
(2) identify the creditor and the undeliverable address;
(3) instruct the debtor to immediately mail the undelivered notice to the creditor;
(4) inform the debtor that the BNC will not mail future notices to the undeliverable address; and
(5) include space on the notification for the debtor to insert a corrected address.

The attached notice provides further information about the change in procedure.