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Request To Restrict Public Access 38 - Pennsylvania

Request To Restrict Public Access Form. This is a Pennsylvania form and can be used in USBC Western Federal .
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IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA In Re: Debtor : : : : : : : : : : : Bankruptcy No. Adversary Proceeding No. Chapter Movant v. Related to Document No. Respondent (if none, then "No Respondent") REQUEST TO RESTRICT PUBLIC ACCESS TO [specify document] Pursuant to W.PA.LBR 9037-1 and understanding that the redaction of any information other than the identifiers specifically enumerated in Fed. R. Bankr. P. 9037 requires a separate motion and Court approval, under penalty of perjury, the UNDERSIGNED HEREBY CERTIFIES that: 1. A [specify the document to be redacted] was filed in the above-captioned case on [date of filing original document] at document # [state the docket entry number] which contains one or more of the identifiers enumerated in Fed. R. Bankr. P. 9037. 2. Attached hereto is an amended version of the [specify the document], and the only change made to the original document is the redaction of personal identifiers. 3. I am requesting that the Court accept the attached [specify the document] in substitution for the unredacted version, and to take whatever steps are necessary to restrict public access to the unredacted version. Date: _______________________ Signed: ___________________________________________ __________________________________________________ Name of Filer - Typed __________________________________________________ Address __________________________________________________ Email Address __________________________________________________ Phone No. __________________________________________________ Bar I.D. and State of Admission PAWB Local Form 38 (07/13) American LegalNet, Inc.
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