Currently, neither the Court or Green Filing have the ability to delete e-filed documents after they are approved.
Category: Frequently Asked Questions
Now that you are e-filing and can use electronic signatures, the court doesn’t need the original document unless requested upon.
Currently, the Utah State District Courts do not allow e-filing on sealed cases. All filing on sealed case must be completed by the traditional paper method.
On the Notification screen, all new filing notifications sent to you will display. In addition, as of October 12, 2013 copies of all Accepted, Rejected, and System Alert messages may be viewed on the notification screen.
Clicking Reports at any time allows a user to run a variety of reports in the e-filing application.
At this current time Court of Appeal matters are not set up for e-filing. We very much look forward to being of service for these filing types, keep checking back.
You may have noticed that as an attorney, with each filing you submit and is accepted by the Court, you receive three (3) emails regarding the filing.
Summons on Return – This is the document type to select if the document your are filing is a SUMMONS (on Return) with the attached Affidavit of Service. In other words, you have a single PDF document which includes both the Summons and the Affidavit of Service. Summons – To Issue – If you would […]
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For some types of pleadings, as the Court always has there may be some requirements to include sensitive or private data in your pleadings.