In the Senate Rules, provided in this answer, the process of delivering the articles of impeachment is codified, thus defining when and how the Senate can act on those articles.
Are there any similar rules that the House has adopted, or are they simply following some ad hoc process? If there are written rules, what are they? Have these rules changed since the Clinton impeachment? What were they then?
In this article (The Daily Wire, December 19, 2019), A House impeachment witness (who happened to favor impeachment), Harvard Law Professor Noel Feldman, is quoted as saying
“Impeachment as contemplated by the Constitution does not consist merely of the vote by the House, but of the process of sending the articles to the Senate for trial,” Feldman wrote. “Both parts are necessary to make an impeachment under the Constitution: The House must actually send the articles and send managers to the Senate to prosecute the impeachment. And the Senate must actually hold a trial.”
How do the rules shape this interpretation, if at all?