If you received an Accepted Notification, but the document is not stamped or signed, it is possible the court does not stamp the type of document filed. This is common with Proposed Orders, but can occur with any filing based on the court's configuration and procedures. You will need to contact your court for more information/to obtain a signed file stamped copy.
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- How do I correct a rejected or canceled envelope?
- How can I see my filings? How can I check the status of filings that I have submitted?
- What are the different kinds of statuses on the eFile website, what do they mean?
- What happens after I click on Submit?
- Why was my filing rejected or returned?
- Who receives filing email notifications? Can more than one user receive these notifications? Notifications of Submitted, Accepted and Rejected.
- What does submission failed mean and how do I correct my filing?
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- Backdate a Filing
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