The appropriate remedy for the past disparity in bankruptcy fees between federal Bankruptcy Trustee and Administrator districts is simply to ensure all the courts are charging the same going forward, the Supreme Court ruled Friday.

In its 6-3 decision, the high court rejected the other potential remedies of compensating those in Trustee districts—who paid more than those in Administrator districts—or sending those in Administrator districts a bill for the difference between what they paid and the higher price charged in Trustee districts.