9022-1 NOTICE OF ENTRY JUDGMENT
9022-1 Notice of Entry of Judgment Pursuant to FRBP 9022(a) On Whom Notice Must Be Served. Unless otherwise ordered by the Court, the
requirements of FRBP 9022 shall be satisfied by service of the notice of entry of judgment or of order on only those contesting parties who appeared in connection with the judgment or order. Appearances are defined in the Local Rules of Practice of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California, Rules 83-182 and 83-183, which are made applicable to these rules pursuant to LBR 1001-1(c). Contested matters are governed by FRBP 9014.
(1) When Proposed Judgment or Order is Lodged By a Party. Except in those
circumstances where the clerk is required to provide notice by FRBP 2002(f)
and except as provided by subsection (2) below, in all matters heard by the
Court, the party lodging the judgment or order shall submit with it a Request
for Clerk’s Notice of Entry (EDC 3-965 for bankruptcy cases and EDC 3-966
for adversary proceedings) containing the names and mailing addresses of all
parties to be served.
(2) When Judgment or Order is Prepared By the Court. In those instances where
the Court has prepared the judgment or order, the clerk shall serve notice of
entry on the parties who appeared in connection with the judgment or order
pursuant to subsection (c) below, unless the Court otherwise directs.
(c) Method of Service. The clerk shall serve notice of entry as follows:
(1) By sending the appropriate Bankruptcy Noticing Center (BNC) notice for service on parties who appeared in connection with the judgment or order.
(2) Unless the case is a chapter 9 municipality case, the clerk shall forthwith transmit to the United States Trustee a copy of the judgment or order.