(a) Confirmation of receipt and filing of document.
(1) Confirmation of receipt
When the court receives an electronically submitted document, the court must arrange to promptly send the electronic filer confirmation of the court's receipt of the document, indicating the date and time of receipt. A document is considered received at the date and time the confirmation of receipt is created.
(2) Confirmation of filing
If the document received by the court under (1) complies with filing requirements, the court must arrange to promptly send the electronic filer confirmation that the document has been filed. The filing confirmation must indicate the date and time of filing and is proof that the document was filed on the date and at the time specified. The filing confirmation must also specify:
(A) Any transaction number associated with the filing; and
(B) The titles of the documents as filed by the court.
(3) Transmission of confirmations
The court must arrange to send receipt and filing confirmation to the electronic filer at the electronic service address that the filer furnished to the court under rule 8.72(b)(2). The court or the electronic filing service provider must maintain a record of all receipt and filing confirmations.
(4) Filer responsible for verification
In the absence of confirmation of receipt and filing, there is no presumption that the court received and filed the document. The electronic filer is responsible for verifying that the court received and filed any document that the electronic filer submitted to the court electronically.
(Subd (a) amended effective January 1, 2020; previously amended effective January 1, 2011, and January 1, 2017.)
(b) Notice of rejection of document for filing.
If the clerk does not file a document because it does not comply with applicable filing requirements, the court must arrange to promptly send notice of the rejection of the document for filing to the electronic filer. The notice must state the reasons that the document was rejected for filing.
(Subd (b) amended effective January 1, 2017.)
(c) Document received after close of business.
A document that is received electronically by the court after 11:59 p.m. is deemed to have been received on the next court day.
(Subd (c) amended effective January 1, 2011.)
(d) Delayed delivery.
If a filer fails to meet a filing deadline imposed by court order, rule, or statute because of a failure at any point in the electronic transmission and receipt of a document, the filer may file the document on paper or electronically as soon thereafter as practicable and accompany the filing with a motion to accept the document as timely filed. For good cause shown, the court may enter an order permitting the document to be filed nunc pro tunc to the date the filer originally sought to transmit the document electronically.
(Subd (d) amended effective January 1, 2017.)
(1) The court's endorsement of a document electronically filed must contain the following: "Electronically filed by [Name of Court], on _____ (date)," followed by the name of the court clerk.
(2) The endorsement required under (1) has the same force and effect as a manually affixed endorsement stamp with the signature and initials of the court clerk.
(3) A record on appeal, brief, or petition in an appeal or original proceeding that is filed and endorsed electronically may be printed and served on the appellant or respondent in the same manner as if it had been filed in paper form.
(Subd (e) amended effective January 1, 2012.)
Rule 8.77 amended effective January 1, 2020; adopted as rule 8.79 effective July 1, 2010; previously amended effective January 1, 2011, January 1, 2012, and January 1, 2017.