LASC: ELECTRONIC FILING SERVICE PROVIDER REJECTION REPORTS NOW AVAILABLE TO HELP EXPEDITE ELECTRONIC FILING PROCESS
To expedite the electronic filing (efiling) process for attorneys and litigants, the Court is providing Electronic Filing Service Provider (EFSP) Rejection Reports that include lists of common reasons why documents are rejected when submitted for efiling and the percentage rate of the EFSPs with the highest volume of rejected documents for civil, family law, probate and mental health cases.
These reports, which will be added monthly to the Court’s Efiling Information Page, outline the most common reasons why documents submitted for efiling are rejected, which include the use of incorrect filing codes, incorrect case numbers and duplicate document submissions among other procedural errors.
Efiling provides a convenient way for attorneys and litigants to efficiently submit their documents to the Court online without spending time and money to travel to the courthouse and wait in line at the Clerk’s Office. With these reports, the Court hopes to provide additional transparency so that court users can better understand common reasons for rejection so that they can submit their documents efficiently and accurately.
The first report is available to view now on the Court’s Efiling Information page.
You can view the full notice here.
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