- Sample Notice of Compliance with Rule 2.516 and Designation of E-Mail Address
- Need help complying with E-Mail Rule 2.516 5 Meg Attachment Requirement?
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Documents from the Supreme Court:
Posts on this website with additional information:
- Urgent Update – Supreme Court Changes Effective Date of E-Mail Rule 2.516
- Reminder: Update your attorneys Florida Bar e-mail address re: Rule 2.516
- New E-Mail Rule 2.516 – How Does it Effect Process Servers?
- Additional Information Re: E-Mail Rule 2.516 + Sample E-Mail Form
- New Supreme Court Rules re: Service of Documents (E-Mail Service) Rule 2.516
I am a paralegal in a Miami law firm. I have a small claims case with a pro se Plaintiff. Do I need to file the Notice of Designation in Compliance with Rule 2.516 IF it’s a pro se Plaintiff? I don’t have the Plaintiff’s e-mail address.
Well, pro se litigants are excluded unless they CHOOSE to participate… So if the only other party is a pro se party, it would seem like you wouldn’t need to do one unless you hear from them that they want to do it this way, which is probably unlikely…