This form is to be used by Attorneys who are registered as an ECF participant in a Bankruptcy Court outside of the Middle District of Florida or in any District Court and are seeking filing privileges on this Court's Electronic Case Filing System. Refer to Local Rule 2090-1 (Admission to Practice) to determine if you are in compliance before requesting your ECF login. The information below is required for CM/ECF registration and will be used only for that purpose. All information will be kept confidential.

All areas of this online submission form must be completely filled in order to be processed. Areas left blank or unanswered will result in either a delay or possible rejection.

  Personal Information    
  Applicant Name    
  Firm Name  
  Zip Code  
  Bar Number  
  Bar State  
  Phone Number  
  Fax Number  
  Primary Email Address  
  Identify the Bankruptcy and District Courts in which you are already certified to file electronically. Abbreviate if necessary  


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  I have a current Trading Partner Agreement with the BNC for EDI Noticing:  
  Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) is a free service provided by the Bankruptcy Noticing Center for high-volume recipients (200+ notices a week) who want to automatically process data in lieu of receiving paper notices. For more information, please go to the noticing center's website: ebnuscourts.com  


  Is this registration in connection to appear Pro Hac Vice?  
  If Yes, please enter the case number(s) ex: 13-bk-11235:  
  By submitting this registration form, I agree to abide by the following rules:  
  1. Pursuant to Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 9011, every pleading, motion and other paper(except lists, schedules, statements or amendments thereto) filed with the court shall be signed by at least one attorney of record or by the party filing the pleading if not represented by an attorney. The unique password issued to a user registered to use the ECF system identifies that user to the court each time that the user logs on to the ECF system. The use of a user’s password serves as and constitutes the signature of the user for purposes of Bankruptcy Rule 9011 on any document or pleading filed electronically.  
  2. The user must protect and secure the password issued by the court. If any reason exists to suspect the password has been compromised in any way, it is the duty and responsibility of the user to notify the clerk of court immediately. The clerk will immediately delete that password from the electronicfiling system and issue a new password.  
  3. Certification to file in the electronic case filing system will consitute a request and an agreement to receive service of pleadings and other papers electronically pursuant to Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 9036, where service of pleadings is otherwise permitted by first class mail, postage prepaid.  
* Your login and password will be emailed to the email address provided above when your information has been reviewed. *
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