L. Rule 2002. NOTICES TO CREDITORS, EQUITY SECURITY HOLDERS, UNITED STATES, AND UNITED STATES TRUSTEE
(a) Returned Notices
Notices of the First Meeting of Creditors and Orders of Discharge which are undelivered shall be returned to the debtor or debtor's counsel. The debtor shall be responsible for re-serving such notices and is responsible for attempting to determine the correct address for each returned notice. The debtor shall file a certificate of service and file an amended creditor list with the Clerk, adding corrected addresses for the entities for whom notice was returned. If corrected addresses are unavailable, debtor or debtor’s counsel shall file an amended list of creditors with the Clerk, who is then authorized to remove from the mailing list on file any such address.
(b) Section 342(b) Notice to Individual Consumer Debtors
The notice required under 11 U.S.C. § 342(b) to given by the Clerk is hereby delegated, and it shall be debtor’s counsel’s responsibility to give such notice in cases where the debtor is represented by counsel prior to filing the petition commencing the bankruptcy case.