Notice of Filing

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  • WHAT IS A NOTICE OF FILING? A notice of filing is a document that is filed with the court to inform the court and other parties to a case that a specific document has been filed with the court, such as an affidavit of return of service or an item of evidence.
  • WHY WOULD I NEED A NOTICE OF FILING? You would need a notice of filing to ensure that the court and other parties to the case are aware that a specific document has been filed with the court and is now part of the official record.
  • WHEN WOULD I NEED A NOTICE OF FILING? You would need a notice of filing whenever you file a document with the court that is required to be served on other parties to the case, or when you want to ensure that the court and other parties are aware of the filing.
  • HOW WOULD I USE A NOTICE OF FILING? You would use a notice of filing to inform the court and other parties to the case that a specific document has been filed with the court. The notice should include the name of the party filing the document, the title of the document, the date it was filed, and any other relevant information.
  • WHAT’S THE PROCESS? We’ll guide you through the process of completing a notice of filing that sets out the details of the document being filed. In the end, you will download a properly formatted notice of filing to file with the court and serve on the other parties to the case.

Journey Route
On your way to the perfect notice of filing, you will pass the following milestones:
  1. Awareness – Understand the requirements, components, and factors for success of a notice of filing.
  2. Assembly – Use the information you’ve collected to craft your notice of filing.

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