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The Court has repealed certain Local Bankruptcy Rules and Forms and has issued new Administrative Orders and Local Bankruptcy Form 9037-1. Details are listed in Public Notice 14-4.

A fee for filing a motion to redact becomes effective December 1, 2014 and certain other filing fees have increased. See Public Notice 14-3.

Changes to several Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure and Official Bankruptcy Forms are listed in Public Notice 14-2. The changes are effective December 1, 2014. A summary of the changes can be found on the Court News page.

Proposed amendments to federal rules and forms have been posted to uscourts.gov. The public comment period ends February 17, 2015.

For information regarding the GT Advanced Technologies Inc. bankruptcy case, visit https://www.kccllc.net/gtat.

A warning about an arrest warrant scam has been posted to uscourts.gov. Visit that site for details about the scam.

Administrative Order 5073-1 will become effective on January 1, 2014 and authorizes the use of electronic devices in the courtrooms under certain circumstances.

Security Screening Process to change effective January 1, 2014 for Attorneys with U.S. District Court issued Bar Cards. See Public Notice 13-7 for details.

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United States Bankruptcy Court
1000 Elm Street, Suite 1001
Manchester, NH 03101
(603) 222-2600

Chief Bankruptcy Judge Bruce A. Harwood
Bankruptcy Judge J. Michael Deasy

Clerk of Court Bonnie L. McAlary


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