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Mandatory Electronic Filing of Short Calendar Claims and Reclaims in E-filable Cases 

Attorneys and law firms are required to file short calendar claims and reclaims electronically in all e-filable cases beginning with motions or pleadings appearing on the calendar of March 16, 2009. See Revised E-Services Procedures and Technical Standards.
 

A.  The following types of cases are e-filable:   

  • Contract (C),
  • Property (P),
  • Tort (T), and
  • Vehicular tort (V). 
     
The electronic filing of short calendar claims and reclaims is required for these case types. 

B.  The following types of cases are currently not e-filable:   

  • Family (F),
  • Administrative appeals (A),
  • Eminent domain (E),
  • Wills & estates (W), and
  • Miscellaneous (M). 
     
The electronic filing of short calendar claims and reclaims is not required for these case types. 

You can identify an e-filable case by its docket number. Each docket number begins with a three-letter location code, followed by a two-letters that identify the case as civil (CV) or family (FA) and the two-number year the case was filed. In e-filable cases, the number that follows the year the case was filed is a 5 or a 6 (for example, HHD CV 09 5000001 or NNH CV 08 6000001). In cases that are not e-filable, that number is a 4 (for example, FBT CV 09 4001564).

 

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