1008-1 Verification of Petitions and Other Papers

(a)   Signatures on all documents filed electronically shall be made by means of:

(1) a signature designation: "s/[name of signatory],"

or

(2) an image of the document bearing the original signature.

(b)   Within seven days after filing the petition, the debtor shall deliver to the Clerk an original signed Declaration Regarding Electronic Filing (Local Form 2). The Clerk shall retain all original Declarations.

(c)   Any person other than an Electronic Filer filing an unsworn declaration, affidavit, verification or other document bearing a signature designation ("s/[name of signatory]") shall deliver to the Clerk within five days of filing, an original signed Declaration of Electronic Filing for Persons Other than Debtors (Local Form 3). The Clerk shall retain all original Declarations.

(d)   The Electronic Filer shall retain every document that bears the original signature of any person other than the Electronic Filer for no less than five years after the closing of the case or adversary proceeding in which the document was filed. Upon request, the Electronic Filer shall make any document that bears the original signature of any party available to the court and parties, unless the court orders otherwise.