Important News & Updates to Green Filing’s E-Filing Service

Beginning this Thursday, May 10th, the Utah Court’s have made it possible for us to support some brand new features within the e-filing system. Those include: Sequence IDs on the Docket – You will now find that next to each document listed on the case summary screen in Green Filing, each is labeled with a […]

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Justice Court E-Filing, New Report, & Email Notifications

Justice Court E-Filing Now Available If you haven’t noticed already, you should see that many Justice Courts are now available for e-filing. You may initiate new cases in Justice Court as well as file on existing cases. For more information on the Justice Courts currently available, and coming soon, click the link below. Justice Court […]

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Personal Injury has been removed as a Case Type

The case type “Personal Injury” has been removed, and  the following options have replaced it: Torts Malpractice-Medical Malpractice-Legal; Other Automobile Tort Intentional Tort Product Liability: Not Asbestos Premises Liability Slander/Libel/Defamation

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Important Green Filing Information Update

Please take a moment to review this very important information with any others in your organization that may be interested. Name Change to Green Filing Utah, LLC As of January 1st, 2016 Green Filing has been operating as Green Filing Utah, LLC. On that date, you may have noticed that Green Filing’s user agreement was […]

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Payment Status Failed

Due to a ruling by the Court, a filing can be accepted even if the payment for the filing is not received. When this occurs, a payment status of Failed will be assigned to the filing. This can occur due to insufficient funds or incorrect card information. As a courtesy to the filer, the eFiling Help Desk […]

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How do I submit payment for an Undertaking?

When submitting a payment for an Undertaking, you will need to submit it directly to the Court. This is normally done by sending a check to the Court referencing the Case Number the Undertaking is for, or contacting the Court via phone. We do recommend that you contact the Court to determine how they’d like you to […]

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