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Bar News - April 13, 2012


Superior Court Administrative Order 2012 01

This order was dated April 2, 2012

Consistent with the New Hampshire Judicial Branch initiative to institute efiling throughout the court system over the next several years, the Superior Court recognizes that parties currently desire to serve pleadings through email.

Accordingly, the following administrative order is issued to facilitate e-service.

If the parties agree at or before the time of structuring conference that they will accept pleadings by email, and if the parties agree on the manner by which email service will be achieved, service to the opposing party by email shall be considered in compliance with Superior Court Rule 21. If the parties agree to email service, the recipient must identify an email address to which service can be made. In such cases, the certificate of service shall indicate that service was achieved by email.

( This Administrative Order supersedes Administrative Order 2011-46.)

Supreme Court Rule 42(9) requires all NH admitted attorneys to notify the Bar Association of any address change, home or office.

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