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The Local Rules pertaining to eFiling can be found here.
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EFFECTIVE JULY 5, 2021: All filings in civil and criminal cases before the General Division are now required to be electronically filed (“e-Filed”). The following are exceptions to e-Filing:
Civil Cases: Initial Filings (to initiate a case) cases concerning state tax liens (ST); and civil stalking protection orders (CP). In these cases, however, all subsequent filings beyond the case initiation must be made through the e-Filing portal, except that answers of garnishment from garnishees shall not be e-Filed. (NOTE: garnishment forms compatible with our e-filing system are available at at http://www.bccommonpleas.org/court_forms/index.php#outer-95)
Criminal Cases: Bindover transcripts are not e-Filed, however all subsequent filings shall be e-Filed.
Currently, pursuant to Local Rule 3.08, the following types of cases are required to be eFiled:
- ALL CIVIL, Not Including Answers of Garnishment, and Court Ordered Titles;
- ALL CERTIFICATE OF JUDGMENT
- ALL CRIMINAL
- ALL CIVIL PROTECTION