After a document is e-filed to a court and the submission is then cancelled, does the person who is receiving service on the document get two notices (submission, then cancellation)?

Published 06/01/2016 07:49 AM   |    Updated 06/01/2016 07:49 AM
After a document is e-filed to a court and the submission is then cancelled, does the person who is receiving service on the document get two notices (submission, then cancellation)?

No. The system does not currently send a notice of cancellation, so the filer would need to notify the other service contacts when a document has been canceled.

However, the system will notify all service contacts when the clerk has rejected the filing for any reason. A clerk's rejection is not the same as when a file or cancels the submission before the clerk begins to process the document.

For more information on e-filing in Indiana visit http://www.in.gov/judiciary/4313.htm.
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