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Category: Frequently Asked Questions
Any time your are submitting a filing that allows the addition of parties, you may indicate a party as Jane or John Doe.
For a case that requires filing fees, credit card information will be requested after the documents are attached to pay the court. The fees are listed below: Utah Code Annotated §78A-2-301; Filing Fees Effective May 12, 2009 Utah Code Annotated §78A-2-301. Civil fees of the courts of record. Type of Filing, Action, or Service Subsection Fee Original […]
Here is some information regarding electronic signatures. On Page 5 – http://utcourts.gov/efiling/docs/eFiling_FAQ-Attorneys.pdf On Page 9 – http://utcourts.gov/efiling/docs/Electronic_Filing_Guide.pdf
Open the original Word / WordPerfect document the order was created with. Use /s/ signatures for each attorney on the signature lines … see article Sign a document for another attorney. /s/ Other Filer Name Signed by Filer Name with permission of Other Filer Name Example: /s/ Jane Smith Signed by John Smith with permission […]
When you e-file any document, upon the receipt of that document the Court immediately generates email notifications to all attorneys of record on the case indicating that a new document was filed. This occurs before the document is Accepted and docketed on the case. In the case of an Appearance of Counsel, the filing attorney […]
If you were to e-file a document and make any kind of data entry error (e.g. a misspelled defendant name), the Court requests that you e-file a “Request for Data Correction” on the case. You may download the template at the link below to prepare you document for e-filing. Request for Data Entry Correction – […]
File Appearance of Counsel to ensure attorney is attached to a case
Due to a change in the Utah Rules of Civil Procedure (URCP) Rule 26, you must now indicate the “Discovery Tier” when submitting a new complaint to the Utah State Courts. For complete details, click here. When filing a new case such as a Complaint on Green Filing, the Discovery Tier will default to the […]
No. When e-filing, the form you complete in the process of submitting your Complaint acts as the Cover Sheet. There is no need to submit a separate document as a cover sheet.