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Rs 13:2562.25 Facsimile Transmission; Filings In Civil Actions; Fees; Equipment And Supplies

§2562.25. Facsimile transmission; filings in civil actions; fees; equipment and supplies

A. Any document in a civil action may be filed with the clerk of court for the First

and Second Parish Courts of Jefferson Parish by facsimile transmission. The clerk of court

of the parish of Jefferson as the ex officio clerk of court for the First and Second Parish

Courts of Jefferson Parish shall make available for his use equipment to accommodate

facsimile filing in civil actions. Filing shall be deemed complete at the time that the

facsimile transmission is received by the clerk of court. No later than on the first business

day after receiving a facsimile filing, the clerk of court shall transmit to the filing party via

facsimile a confirmation of receipt and include a statement of the fees for the facsimile filing

and filing of the original document. The facsimile filing fee and transmission fee are

incurred upon receipt of the facsimile filing by the clerk of court and payable as provided in

Subsection B of this Section. The facsimile filing shall have the same force and effect as

filing the original document, if the party complies with Subsection B of this Section.

B. Within seven days, exclusive of legal holidays, after the clerk of court receives

the facsimile filing, all of the following shall be delivered to the clerk of court:

(1) The original document identical to the facsimile filing in number of pages and

in content of each page including any attachments, exhibits, and orders. A document not

identical to the facsimile filing or which includes pages not included in the facsimile filing

shall not be considered the original document.

(2) The fees for the facsimile filing and filing of the original document stated on the

confirmation of receipt, if any.

(3) A transmission fee of five dollars.

C. If the filing party fails to comply with any of the requirements of Subsection B

of this Section, the facsimile filing shall have no force or effect. The First and Second Parish

Courts of Jefferson Parish may provide by court rule for other matters related to filings by

facsimile transmission.

D. The clerk of court of the parish of Jefferson as the ex officio clerk for the First

and Second Parish Courts of Jefferson Parish may purchase equipment and supplies

necessary to accommodate facsimile filings out of the clerk's salary fund.

Acts 2001, No. 1214, §1, eff. June 29, 2001; Acts 2016, No. 109, §1.

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Louisiana
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John Bel Edwards
John Bel Edwards
January 11, 2016 -
Democratic
1-225-342-4404
900 North 3rd Street, Baton Rouge, LA, 70802

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