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(a) Trial Exhibits Submitted On Paper. Exhibits for trials and evidentiary hearings shall be submitted on paper or as otherwise ordered by the court.

(b) Return Copies of Documents Filed. A person seeking the return by mail of a claim or voluntary petition submitted on paper shall supply an additional copy of the document requested, together with a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Copies of all other documents, including copies of orders, must be printed from the ECF system or through the court’s public access service, PACER.

(c) Facsimile Filing Not Allowed. No documents may be transmitted directly to the court or the clerk of the court by facsimile for filing on the court’s docket. Any documents so transmitted shall be rejected and not filed.

    (1) Definition. A facsimile transmission is the transmission of a copy of a document by a system that encodes a document into electronic signals, transmits these electronic signals over a telephone line, and reconstructs the signals to print a duplicate of the original document at the receiving end.

(d) Submissions on Paper exceeding 50 Pages. When documents that exceed 50 pages, including exhibits, are submitted on paper, the filer shall provide an electronic PDF version of the document on USB flash drive or CD-Rom disk at the time of filing. USB flash drives and CD-Rom disks provided to the court will not be returned to the filer. If the PDF file is more than two megabytes in size, it must be separated into two-megabyte segments. Each PDF file shall be clearly labeled to identify the sequence of documents to be filed.

    (1) Service. Pleadings or other documents that are submitted on paper or on a USB flash drive or on a CD-Rom disk rather than electronically shall be served in the manner provided for in, and on those parties entitled to notice in accordance with, the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure and these Local Bankruptcy Rules except as otherwise provided by order of the court.