Rule 3001-1 Filing Proof of Claim; Transfer of Claim

  1. Filing Proof of Claim.                                                                                                                                                    
                                                                                           
    1. Paper Claims.  Any entity filing a proof of claim in a chapter 7, 12 or 13 case shall provide the Clerk with the original proof of claim and one (1) copy for the trustee and shall serve a copy on debtor's counsel or the debtor, if pro se.  Any entity that files a proof of claim by mail and wishes to receive a clocked-in copy by return mail must include an additional copy of the proof of claim and a self-addressed, postage-paid envelope.
       
    2. Electronic Claims.  Claims submitted through a court-approved electronic claims filing system are considered the original proof of claim.  Additional copies for the Clerk and trustee are not required. Electronic claims shall be served on the debtor, if pro se.
       
  2. Transfer of Claim.  Any assignment or other evidence of a transfer of claim filed after the proof of claim has been filed shall include the claim number of the claim to be transferred.  Absent any timely filed objection to the notice of transfer served by the Clerk, the claim shall be, without any further order of the Court, noted as transferred on the records of the Court or the claims agent, if one is appointed.