2-03: Addresses: Federal and State Government Agencies
There are many scenarios under which a party must serve or provide written notice to a federal or state agency. FRBP 5003(e) allows federal agencies and state agencies to designate an address for notice and service of documents.
- See link below to addresses for common federal and state agencies that require service and/or notice of documents in adversary proceedings, contested matters, and objectiions to claims.
Listed below are important situations in which a federal or state agency must be served.
- FRBP 7004 requires service of summons and complaints using specific service methods at specific addresses for federal agencies and state agencies.
- FRBP 9014(b) requires service of initial motions in contested matters in the same manner and at the same addresses required under FRBP 7004.
- FRBP 9014(b) and other rules require service of additional documents in the manner and at addresses required under FRBP 7005 and FRCP Rule 5(b).
- LBR 2002-2(c)(1-2) contains information on serving documents on the Internal Revenue Service when the Internal Revenue Service is a named party in the proceeding.