LCR 12. DEFENSES (a) Answer or Motion for Default. In all civil cases every plaintiff shall promptly move for entry of default if the answers or responsive pleadings are more than 20 days past due. Amended effective 1/18/00 (b) How Presented. (1) Bankruptcy. Any party that wishes to assert the protection of the Federal Bankruptcy laws shall, by the next judicial business day after the bankruptcy filing, file a copy of the Bankruptcy Court Notice of Commencement of Case Under Bankruptcy Code, or Voluntary Petition. The copies shall be accompanied by a certificate reflecting that the copies are true and accurate, filed under the Superior Court caption for each case to which the matter pertains. A copy shall be served on all other parties, and a copy provided to the assigned judge, if any. A claim of bankruptcy protection asserted in an answer or other pleading is not sufficient to advise the clerk or court of the pendency of bankruptcy. The parties will seasonably update the court as to the status of a bankruptcy case. Effective 9/1/99
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