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Name and Address Matching
How Email Noticing Works
Email Option 1 An email for each court district that contains a link to a PDF with multiple notices. Example: You receive a single email with a single link to a PDF that contains up to 20 notices.
EBN Implementation Guide
The U.S. Bankruptcy Courts have improved the Electronic Bankruptcy Noticing (EBN) email service by embedding case data within each PDF file that can easily be accessed and processed to improve your workflow. Case data is the information that changes from case to case.
Specifically, using the eXtensible Metadata Platform (XMP) and eXtensible Markup Language (XML) standards, these case data elements from the notice are now attached to the PDF document catalogs. Additionally, the courts have assigned general categories to their notices for quick reference, which are indicated by a reference code.
To download an example notice with XML, view and save the example notice.
The XML data is not typically viewable with a PDF reader. A software program is needed to extract the data from the PDF. You may write one in any language or use a Java program (source) (binary v1.6) provided by the Bankruptcy Noticing Center.
Learn more about XML by reading the Electronic Bankruptcy Notice XML Implementation Guide.
For further information please contact the BNC at 1-877-837-3424.
EDI Mapping Guide