Pursuant to Alameda County Superior Court Local Rule 3.30(c) courtesy copies may be required. During trial, motions, memoranda, and matters presented to the Court in writing for decision may be served in open court in hard copy form after having been e-filed.
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Pursuant to General Order 2021-22, for any document electronically filed two or fewer days before the hearing, a courtesy copy should be delivered to the courtroom by 4:30 p.m. the same business day the document is efiled. If the filing is submitted after 4:30 p.m., the courtesy copy should be delivered to the courtroom by […]
The e-filing application will attempt to convert documents that are not text-searchable, upon the filer’s request and based on your user preference settings, to text searchable documents using Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology.
Per the California Rules of Court 2.256(b)(3), and the Los Angeles Superior Court General Order Re Mandatory Electronic Filing for Civil section C(2)(A), documents are required to be e-filed in a text searchable PDF format.
As of March 1, 2019, many of the LA Civil Courthouses have implemented a temporary process for Requests for Dismissals on unlimited civil cases filed electronically.
The following list provides the document type codes and description for Los Angeles County civil case e-filing. If the clerk refers to a document type code in their rejection reason, you can look for the associated document type description in this list. Code Description AFF010 Affidavit (name extension) AFF020 Affidavit for Order for Appearance and […]
This video demonstrates how to e-file a new document on an existing case.
This video demonstrates the process of starting a brand new case in the Illinois Courts.
Creating an E-Filing account is the first step to getting your documents filed. Once you create an initial account, you can add additional accounts for support staff and attorneys all under one firm.