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Category: Frequently Asked Questions
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.
As of March 31st, 2015 at 5:30 PM the Courts implemented a change in their e-filing management software. The update will auto-reject any filing that includes a Rich Text Format (RTF) document containing embedded pictures, drawing objects, and/or headers. Green Filing has created a help article that with more detail, tips and tricks on formatting RTF documents. […]
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.
Due to a new rule set by the Courts, non-attorneys-of-record will not received documents attached to the email notifications received from Green Filing. In order to received the document attached to notifications, the Attorney must be listed as Attorney of record with the court. This is for privacy purposes. As always you can file Appearance […]
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.
There may be times that Court will request that you resubmit your document after they have accepted it. This is generally due to a problem with image or formatting, etc.
In the instance that a new case is filed multiple times, the Court asks that you file a Motion and Order to dismiss the additional cases.
Currently, neither the Court or Green Filing have the ability to delete e-filed documents after they are approved. Please thoroughly review your filing to ensure it: contains the correct document contains the correct case number is readable displays right‐side up contains only pages that are part of the filing complies with the Redaction of Personal Identifying Information […]