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  • Supreme Court Expands e-Filing in 2020

    As part of its plans to expand the scope of electronic filing (e-Filing) under the NH e-Court Program, the Supreme Court recently adopted various amendments to the Supreme Court Rules and to the Supplemental Rules of the Supreme Court for Electronic Filing.  The amendments, which took effect on January 1, 2020, require notices of appeal and other case-initiating documents (appeal petitions, interlocutory appeals, petitions for original jurisdiction, and motions to extend time to file an appeal document) to be filed electronically.  The amendments also require self-represented parties and non-lawyer representatives to file documents electronically in Supreme Court cases commenced on or after January 1, 2020.  A copy of the Supreme Court’s October 24, 2019 order adopting the amendments is available as a resource on this page, as are charts summarizing the applicability and scope of e-Filing.




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