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Preferred Creditor Addresses

The Bankruptcy Noticing Center (BNC) follows the preferred creditor address requirements under 11 U.S.C. § 342(e) and (f). The BNC supports a preferred e-mail address through the Electronic Bankruptcy Noticing program. It also recognizes case-specific address exceptions flagged by the court, where a creditor files a case-specific notice of preferred address pursuant to section 342(e) of the Bankruptcy Code.

The BNC also provides service to notice recipients through the Preferred Mailing Address program, reducing the Judiciary's postage expenses. In addition to its cost-effectiveness for the Judiciary, creditors experience increased efficiencies by directing all bankruptcy court notices to a specific address.

For more information, refer to the Electronic Bankruptcy Noticing Center and Preferred Mailing Address Registration.