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Defined in Rules of Judicial Administration 2.520:8 1/2 x 11 inchesPortrait orientation300 DPI (for a scanned document)Black and white not color (for a scanned document)3x3 inch space at the top right corner on the first page1x3 inch space at the top right corner on each subsequent page1 inch marginCan be no larger than 50 MBDo not password protect documents
Please be aware that it may take up to three days to process the filing and become available in the Clerk's case maintenance system. If there is a hearing scheduled within the three day processing period the filing may not get processed and into court case file in time for the hearing.
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The ePortal provides access to filings "in progress" only. Once the filing is accepted and filed in the local Case Maintenance System, this becomes the official court record just like the current paper process. Original filings are retained at the portal for a brief period and then removed.
Access to filed documents is provided through Secured Courts Online Record Search System (SCORSS).
For technical support, including password resets, contact the Florida Association of Court Clerks' Services Group at 850-577-4609 or via email. For assistance with a filing, such as an inquiry regarding a filing or a case, please contact our office at 352-341-6424 or through our email.
Pursuant to Florida Rule of Judicial Administration 2.510, an out-of-state attorney wishing to appear in a Florida case must be granted permission by the court where the case is pending by filing a Motion to Appear Pro Hac Vice (PHV). A copy of the Motion is to be sent to The Florida Bar. The Florida Bar will send a letter to the movant with their PHV number.
The attorney must use the PHV number to register with the Portal and e-file future pleadings. Until the attorney receives their PHV number, all pleadings will be e-filed by the local attorney designated in the Motion. If an attorney has a pending case and needs a PHV number, a number will be assigned. For questions on obtaining a PHV number, call The Florida Bar at 850-561-5840.
For additional information see The Florida Bar's letter regarding