(A) Generally. The clerk will enter all the court’s orders, decrees and judgments in CM/ECF which is the docket entry required of the clerk under Bankruptcy Rules 5003 and 9021. Orders may also be issued as “text-only” entries on the docket, without an attached document. Such orders are official and binding. Where the clerk is directed to serve notice, transmitting the NEF or, if applicable, service through the BNC or U.S. Mail constitutes the notice required under Bankruptcy Rule 9022. Parties directed to serve notice by the court must file a certificate of service filed in accordance with Local Rule 2002-1(F).
(B) Judgment. Judgments shall conform to the requirements of Local Rule 9072-1. Every judgment shall contain the name and mailing address of the judgment creditor and, to the extent practicable, shall state the last four digits of the social security number or other individual taxpayer identification number of the judgment debtor.
(C) Notification to Clerk of Matters Under Advisement. If any order on any contested matter or ruling after trial has been under advisement for more than 90 days, upon written notification and request sent to the Clerk of Court by any party in interest, the clerk or the clerk’s designees shall send to the court and to all parties a “Notification of Matter Under Advisement for 90 Days”. The clerk shall not file the request in the court file nor indicate the identity of the party making the request. When the court receives such notification, it shall set the matter for hearing within 30 days of receipt of the notification or shall issue an order resolving the matter during that same 30 day period.