The facility of e-filing is available in all court establishments in the State of Karnataka, the Karnataka High Court registry informed the Karnataka High Court on Wednesday. .A Division Bench of Acting Chief Justice Satish Chandra Sharma and Justice SS Magadum recorded the registry's submission in its order while also directing the registrar to expedite the process of formalising the rules for live streaming of court proceedings. .The Court was hearing a petition filed by advocate Dilraj Rohit Sequeira, in 2019 seeking e-filing facility and live streaming of court proceedings. .During the hearing, advocate BV Vidyulatha appearing for the High Court, apprised the court that draft rules for live streaming of court proceedings is pending before the High Court Committee. "A detailed note has been filed on E-filing informing that this facility is available in all courts establishments in Karnataka. It is brought to the notice of this court by the learned counsel appearing for the High Court that the live streaming rules are pending before the High Court Committee, the Registrar is directed to expedite the process," the Court said in its order..The petition will be next heard along with another petition which raises concerns on e-filing and live streaming of cases. .During a previous hearing, a Bench headed by the former Chief Justice Abhay Shreeniwas Oka had noted that though the e-Filing facility had been enabled a long time ago, only very few members of the Bar were utilising the same. .According to a report submitted by Registrar (Computers), parties in person were utilising the e-filing facility more than advocates. .In March 2020, the High Court had issued guidelines for e-Filing and Video Conferencing in District Courts across the state of Karnataka.