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.
Category: Los Angeles
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.
One of the limitations of the new e-filing system is the inability to add a third party that is not listed in the Filed By drop down.
In the Los Angeles Civil e-Filing system First Appearance Fees are waived if a Court Reservation System (CRS number is entered per the court’s required configuration.
We were seeing filings rejected for not including the $20 order fee, when a first appearance fee was also due.
There was a problem with the Compton location rejecting new case filings with Request to Waive Fees when no Order was attached.
The Los Angeles Superior Court has set a new date for mandatory e-filing for complex cases, which is now, January 1, 2020.
As of March 1st, the Stanley Mosk Courthouse has implemented a temporary process for Requests for Dismissals on unlimited civil cases filed electronically.