Courts Email Guidance
Last updated on Saturday 19th March 2016
Below is a list of the work that will be accepted by the court if filed by email in accordance with Civil Practice Direction 5B and Family Practice Direction 6A. … Anything in Insolvency or Adoption proceedings.
What you can file by email
You are responsible for the security of the information you are sending and therefore you must assess its sensitivity and whether email is a secure enough method of communication.
If you are filing a document by email that contains a statement of truth you are reminded that you should retain the document containing the original signature. The version of the document which is filed by email must satisfy one of the following requirements:
(a) the name of the person who has signed the statement of truth is typed underneath the statement:
(b) the person who has signed the statement of truth has applied a facsimile of his signature to the statement in the document by mechanical means
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