Rule 1007-2 Mailing List or Matrix.

(a)     Mailing Matrix Required.  Unless filed electronically through the ECF system, the debtor must file with the petition a master list of creditors and other parties in interest ("mailing matrix") in the form prescribed by the clerk. Failure to file the matrix may constitute cause for dismissal of the case.

(b)     Form of Paper Mailing Matrix.

          (1)     The mailing matrix must be filed with the petition in paper form as prescribed by the clerk.

          (2)     Mailing matrices must be prepared so that each address is contained within five (5) lines, with each line not exceeding forty (40) characters (including spaces).

(c)     Electronically Filed Cases.  Electronic filers must comply with the instructions found on the court’s website (www.pamb.uscourts.gov) when entering the matrix docket event and uploading creditors into the ECF system in lieu of filing a paper matrix.

(d)     Accuracy of Mailing Matrix.  The debtor is responsible for the accuracy and completeness of the mailing matrix. If debtor’s counsel or a pro se debtor is notified by the Bankruptcy Noticing Center (BNC) that the creditors’ meeting notice was not served on a party because of an incomplete address, counsel or the pro se debtor must notify the clerk in writing of the correct address and must remail the notice to the affected party.

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Part I - Commencement of Case; Proceedings Relating to Petition and Order for Relief