100 STAT. 3128
PUBLIC LAW 99-554—OCT. 27, 1986
Public r^I°l^tl^^' Contracts.
(2) Access to information maintained in electronic case files pursu^^t to the demonstration project may be provided to persons other than those specified in subsection (f), but such access shall be limited to viewing such information only. A reasonable charge for such access may be collected by the entity which is awarded a contract under this section, in accordance with the guidelines established by the Director of the Executive Office for the United States Trustees in such contract. A reasonable portion of any charge so collected may be required by the Director to be remitted to the Executive Office for United States Trustees and deposited in the United States Trustee System Fund established in section 589a of title 28, United States Code. (h) SECURITY.—Access provided under subsection (f) to an entity or an individual shall be subject to such security limitations as may be imposed by the Congress or the head of the affected entity.
28 USC 581 note.
SEC. 311. CASES PENDING UNDER THE BANKRUPTCY ACT.
At the end of one calendar year following the date the amendments made by subtitle A of title II of this Act take effect in a district in which any case is still pending under the Bankruptcy Act, the district court shall withdraw the reference of any such case and, after notice and a hearing, determine the status of the case. Such case shall be remanded to the bankruptcy judge with such instructions as are necessary for the prompt closing of the case and with a requirement that a progress report on the case be provided by the bankruptcy judge after such interval as the district court deems appropriate. Approved October 27, 1986.
LEGISLATIVE HISTORY—H.R. 5316: HOUSE REPORTS: No. 99-764 (Comm. on the Judiciary) and No. 99-958 (Comm. of CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, Vol. 132 (1986): Aug. 12, considered and passed House. Aug. 15, considered and passed Senate, amended. Oct. 2, House agreed to conference report. Oct. 3, Senate agreed to conference report.