Harvey Ruvin - Clerk of the Courts - Miami-Dade County, Florida

eFiling Frequently Asked Questions - FAQ's

 

Miscellaneous

4. What is the eCourtesy System?

5. After I file at the portal, do I need to provide a copy to the Clerk’s Office?

6. I have received a ‘Moved to Correction Queue’ notice. What do I need to do?

7. I have received an ‘Abandoned Filing Queue’ notice. What do I need to do?

 

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4. What is the eCourtesy System?

The eCourtesy System was established by the 11th Judicial Circuit to enhance the efficiency of judicial review attorney submitted court documents for Special Set hearings and Motion/Foreclosure Calendar. The eCourtesy System is not an eFiling system, but rather a program for submitting courtesy copies to the Court. The system reduces the quantity of paper involved in such review for the Circuit Civil Division by allowing attorneys to submit courtesy copies electronically to the Court. Attorneys must also file documents submitted via the eCourtesy System with the Clerk’s Office. Only court orders signed by the judge will be filed with the Clerk’s Office.  

For Frequently Asked Questions and a demo on the submission process, please visit http://www.jud11.flcourts.org/.

See Administrative Order NO. 09-13-A1 for more eCourtesy information. 

5. After I file at the portal, do I need to provide a copy to the Clerk’s Office?

No. As of June 16, 2011, follow-up copies are not required to be filed with the Miami-Dade Clerk’s Office.

6. I have received a ‘Moved to Correction Queue’ notice. What do I need to do?

A filing that is incorrect due to issues such as: no signature or no esignature; wrong case number; filed in wrong division; or filed in the wrong county; etc. will be placed in a correction queue status for your attention and correction. You will receive an e-mail from the ePortal with the reason why the filing was not processed and you will have up to 5 business days to correct and resubmit the filing.

7. I have received an ‘Abandoned Filing Queue’ notice. What do I need to do?

This means that your filing has been moved to the Abandoned Filing Queue in accordance with the Florida Supreme Court Standards for Electronic Access to the Courts 3.1.13 Local Document Receiving.

Refer to Florida Supreme Court Standards for Electronic Access to the Courts for further information.

 

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