On rare occasions, a user may select service contacts that no longer exist in the Court’s electronic filing manager (EFM).
Category: Electronic Filing
On rare occasions, you may select service contacts that no longer exist in the Court’s electronic filing manager (EFM). This results in a Service Recipient Invalid error message.
From time to time the Court’s e-filing manager does not recognize the party type roles assigned to parties.
Many of the documents a user downloads from the Court’s web site are “Secured”.
When e-filing a Writ with the court, the Court specifically prescribes the list of documents available in the Document Type field.
There may be instances when filers see that more than one charge is pending for once for a single filing.
You may add multiple documents into a case in one filing as long as a single document does not exceed 25MB, and the entire envelope does not exceed 35MB.
Aside from scheduled maintenance on the court’s part and our service’s part, you may e-File 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. However, the courts only review the filings during normal business hours Monday thru Friday.
From time to time, it may be necessary to view all the Service Contacts on an existing case. You can do so at any time on the Case Summary screen.
The Filing Status Screen displays the status of all the filings in a user’s account in one place.