9/20/19 3:00 PM – The court reporting that their system is back up and fully functioning. 9/20/19 1:25 PM – The court just distributed this public notice. 9/20/19 12:17 PM – The Court is reporting that they will be posting a public notice shortly. Any ex parte applications for Monday, and any filings with a […]
Category: Los Angeles
The Los Angeles Superior Court’s Civil e-filing vendor has announced that Tuesday and Friday nights at 10pm are the designated nights for routine system maintenance which normally will last roughly a half hour.
The following document types are the only approved document types the Los Angeles Superior Court has approved for e-Filing in their CIVIL court.
If you find a party on your case has one or more Also Known As (AKAs) or Doing Business As (DBAs) in Los Angeles Civil Superior Courts, you can add them as a New Case Party.
These instructions are to Initiate a New Case with a Request to Waive Court Fees in the Los Angeles Civil Courts.
If you find that the Los Angeles Probate court rejects your filing without a reason (typically within a minute of submission), that means that the court’s software has an issue with one or more of your documents.
There are instances where you may not be able to e-file your document due to errors generated by the court’s e-filing manager software, or as a result of either court case data validation issues, or issues with the court’s e-filing manager software configuration.
When you e-file a Notice of Appeal, the e-filing system does not assess the appeal fees.
The court requests that Notice (name extension) should NOT be selected as the document type for Notice of Appeals. The correct document type to choose is called Appeal – Notice of Appeal/Cross Appeal Filed.
The court is aware these two document types are causing confusion since the Notice of Posting Jury Fees does not have a fee associated with it.