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  • Elizabeth Reiher

    Thank you for putting these all together in one place for easy reference.

  • lmcfrp

    Thank you!

  • Robin Glanzer-De Armas


    Thank you so much for the information on e-filing. I was recently told by someone that they heard that the court caption that usually goes on the top right side of the first page of a court document will now have to be moved to the left side. Can you advise me if you know anything about that. Thank you.

    Robin C. Glanzer-De Armas

  • lmcfrp

    Hi Robin… this is from the clerk’s FAQ…. they want you to leave a space at the top right hand corner for the time/date stamp… I think as long as that space is left you are good to go….

    Q: Are there any special requirements for documents?

    A: Documents should be a standard size of 8 ½ x 11 inches (as defined in RJA 2.520). Documents should leave blank a 3 x 3 inch space at the top right-hand corner on the first page, and a 1 x 3 inch space at the top right-hand corner on each subsequent page, to accommodate statewide standard date/time stamps (as defined in RJA 2.520). Where possible, documents should be electronically signed. Black and white, non-color documents are preferred. Scanned documents should be at a resolution of 300 DPI (as defined in the State of Florida Electronic Records and Records Management Practices).

  • Vicki

    Does anyone know the answer to this? I am reading above about the 3×3 inch space at the top right-hand corner on the first page, etc. Doesn’t this only apply to filings that are going to be recorded in the Public Records? That is how I am reading it, but I am not sure. RJA 2.520 refers only to Public Records filings. Anxious to hear some answers about this. Thanks.

  • lmcfrp

    The official answer is “Documents should leave a blank 3×3 space at the top right hand corner on the first page and a 1×3 inch space on each subsequent page to accomodate statewide standard date/time stamps… The thinking is that this refers to documents being recorded not e-filed… and most people I know do not leave the space at the top of regular e-filed pleadings and have never had a problem… the confusion was brought up at the last efiling meeting and I think they will clarify that soon

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