Part VIII - Local Civil Rule 83.4 - BANKRUPTCY
Under the authority of 28 USC 157 the district court refers to the bankruptcy judges of this district all cases under Title 11 and all proceedings arising under Title 11 or arising in or related to a case under Title 11. As set forth in 28 USC 157(b)(5), personal injury tort and wrongful death claims shall be tried in the district court.
2. Place of Filing. All motions described in this section above shall be filed with the clerk of the bankruptcy court.
3. Contents of Motion. In addition to the normal requirements of papers filed in the bankruptcy court, motions described in this section above shall include:
b. A designation of the portions of the record of the proceedings in the bankruptcy court that will reasonably be necessary or pertinent for consideration of the motion by the district court.
c. A list showing each party with an interest in the motion and for each party shown, their attorney along with such attorney's mailing address.
b. The portion of the bankruptcy court record designated in accordance with (3)(b) above.
LR83.4.4 Record Transmitted to District Court
The authority to retain any portion of the record on appeal or in connection with a motion seeking relief from a district judge is delegated to the clerk of the bankruptcy court. If any portion of a record is retained in the bankruptcy court, a certified copy of such record shall be transmitted to the district court. If the district court requests the retained papers, the bankruptcy clerk shall transmit them forthwith. In the event that papers are retained in the bankruptcy court and certified copies are transmitted to the district court, the bankruptcy court may order the party upon whose instance the papers were required to reimburse the clerk of the bankruptcy court for the cost of making the copies.