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by | Feb 5, 2020

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Appellate Division, Second Department
The Court will require appeals in all matters originating and electronically filed in Supreme and Surrogate’s Courts in Nassau County to be e-filed. In addition, the Court will mandate e-filing in all matters originating and electronically filed in the Supreme and Surrogate’s Courts in Richmond County. This requirement will be effective in the following appeals:
• Where the notice of appeal is dated on or after April 1, 2020, and
• Where the notice of appeal is dated prior to April 1, 2020, and the appeal is perfected on or after May 15, 2020.
Note, E-filing continues to be not permitted in any matters originating in Kings County. The court hopes to be able to expand mandatory e-filing to matters originating and electronically filed in Kings County this summer

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