What is court filing?
Simply put, Filing is the act of submitting a document to the clerk of a court in other for the court to take action either for consideration or storage purposes.
Method of filing
Filing can be done by simply visiting a court clerk at a court counter and submit the document to him or her.
For every document you file, the court clerk inspects (checks and confirms the case number, name, etc). Furthermore, the court clerk checks the document to ensure it is compliant with the court’s rules on how legal documents should be formatted.
Once the documents is validated, the court clerk stamps the document. One copy is kept for the court’s use one copy is given to the filer for his or her own use.
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