E-File Texas Registration Information
*ADDITIONAL E-FILING INFORMATION
Please Note: EFILE DOCUMENTS ARE ACCEPTED IN THE ORDER IN WHICH THEY ARE RECEIVED.
...Exhibits must be included as a part of the lead document.
...Proposed Orders must be attachments to cover letters or motions and orders must be signed by the attorney that prepared the order.
...All motions must be lead documents and proposed orders as attachments.
...A Notice of Hearing is a separate lead document.
...Anything to be signed by the judge must be an attachment to a cover letter or with a motion.
...Cover letters may be used when filing a proposed order, otherwise they are only necessary when giving
...General information is required for case parties and filing attorney.
...Citations may be requested on a cover letter or at the time of filing your petition. When
requesting citations, there is a copy fee of $1 per page of the petition to be attached to each
citation. Also, please notify us if the citations will be picked up or mailed out.
...When returned for correction, if the filer would like to receive the original file date, they must
use the original envelope number when resubmitting after corrections. The filer has 72 hours to
...All copies are $1 page.
...We do NOT accept discovery material, however, we do accept Certificate of Written Discovery.
...Liberty County District Courts still require paper files. Due to this requirement, we ask that you
file in a timely manner as we have 48 hours to retrieve from E-File.
A kiosk is available for your convenience in the public view area in the District Clerk's Office.
YOU MAY FIND A COPY OF THESE RULES VIA EFILETEXAS.GOV
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