Starting Thursday, May 10, 2018, the Utah Court’s allow for linking new filings in existing cases, and you can indicate which document relates to another document (i.e. a Response to previously filed Motion, or an Answer to a Complaint) both old and new. This information also displays on the case summary screen for your easy reference.
Category: Electronic Filing
In the process of fine-tuning Green Filing’s system performance, all new notifications stored on your Notifications tab will automatically be marked as “Read” if they are 45 days or older.
We have found a trick that seems to be working for 99% of documents that Court rejects indicating the document contains a drawing object, header or revision tracking.
We often receive inquiries as to why this particular filing has been pending for a few days. The courts do not send out an accepted notification until they have approved the Writ of Execution or Garnishment.
To avoid running into issues when filing the Notice of Appeal on an Interlocutory Appeal, it is not necessary to select “Notice of Appeal”. The Courts would like filers to select the document type “Other”.
Filing an Abstract Judgement in the Utah Courts is quick and easy with Green Filing and following these specific steps in our system. From the Dashboard, click Initiate a New Case on the left menu. Select the Court you wish to file into, then select Abstract Judgment as your case type. Select document type Abstract Judgment, […]
For a Deposit of Excess Foreclosure Sale Proceeds, select the case type Lien/Mortgage Foreclosure.
Currently, Attorneys and Staff Members are only notified of documents that are filed electronically.
When filing an Answer and Counterclaim with Jury Demand, follow these steps:
The Court would like you to file the Judgment information sheet separate from the Judgment.