The Utah Courts informed Green Filing that they have released a new version of their Judicial Signature application that will now place the Judge’s signature stamp at the top of the document, rather than at the bottom. Here is the exact information they’ve shared with us.
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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
In some cases, you might be required to e-sign a document on another attorneys behalf. The Utah Court will allow this by following these procedures: When a document requires the signature of additional people, the original filer will obtain approval and authorization to electronically sign the document on behalf of the other people. Such approval […]
The only indication provided on the actual electronic document as to the date and time the document was filed is the digital signature that accompanies that document. That digital signature, however, may not display the exact time the document was submitted or filed via Green Filing, but rather the date and time the document was […]
For the typical electronic filing, you may sign you document by place a “/s/” followed by your printed name on the document signature line.