Karnataka HC issues directions for e-Filing and Video Conferencing in District Courts in the State in addition to manual filing
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Karnataka HC issues directions for e-Filing and Video Conferencing in District Courts in the State in addition to manual filing

Rintu Mariam Biju

The Karnataka High Court has issued guidelines for e-Filing and Video Conferencing in District Courts across the state of Karnataka. Notably, the e-filing facility shall be made available in addition to the manual filing facility available.

The notification states that the complete Plaint/Appeal, Memorandum/Petition in soft copy (in scanned PDF format) filed through advocate or Party in person may be filed through their email address. Further, email IDs of 30 District Courts have been provided in the notification.

The notification went on to add that in case where the Government is the opposite party, soft copies of the same may be sent to the District Government Pleader/s for civil matters and Public Prosecutor/s for criminal matters (which will be made available in the District Court Website).

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