Free Proof of Publication with Court Order

Posted by Michael on July 29, 2014

We are delighted to see more courts requiring online proof of public notices with as evidenced by this recent order (paragraph 8).

8. Not later than twenty (20) days prior to the Auction, the Trustee also shall cause Notice of the Auction and Sale Hearing in the form annexed as Exhibit "B" by publication to be made in the (a) The Wall Street Journal; (b) The Philadelphia Inquirer; and (c) on-line at

The advantages of posting your public notice on our site are as follows:

  • It's free.  For you as a seller it's always free. With a court order, it will also be free to the public. Normally we charge our subscribers access to our sale motion database that we maintain, but we are delighted to make our listings publicly accessible if a court order is signed.
  • You can attach as many pertinent documents as you like. That can include the notice with corresponding exhibits as exemplified in this public notice for interest in multiple businesses for sale.
  • You can revise and update the listing over time as many times as you like. As more information becomes available that can help prospective bidders, you can keep them informed with one central hub.
  • The listing is available 24/7 and can be accessed from anywhere with an internet connection.
  • The docket is one click away on our site to allow prospective bidders to follow the case seamlessly.
  • Our listings summarize all the key information neatly as a "cheat sheet" for your asset sale. 
  • You can edit the listings yourself since we built a self-service platform, or we would be delighted to give you the white glove service and do it all for you.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call us.

P.S. If you need help finding stalking horse bidders for your assets, please reach to us to learn how we can help you for free.