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§ 6-419. E-Service.

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   (A) E-Service shall be used for any document to be electronically filed, except for the initial pleading and summons. Documents which are required to be served pursuant to Neb. Ct. R. Pldg. § 6-1105 and in the manner required by § 6-1105(b)(2) may be served through E-Service or through a combination of E-Service and any other method permitted by § 6-1105. A Document electronically received by the E-Filing provider for service by 11:59:59 p.m. local time shall be deemed to have been served on that date.

   (B)  For purposes of Neb. Ct. R. Pldg. § 6-1105(b), service by E-Service to any party or attorney who has registered to use the E-Filing System shall constitute service pursuant to § 6-1105(b)(2)(F). For purposes of computing a prescribed period pursuant to Neb. Ct. R. Pldg. § 6-1106(e), service by E‑Service shall constitute service pursuant to § 6-1105(b)(2)(F).

§ 6-419 adopted December 22, 2010, effective May 1, 2011. § 6-419 amended September 24, 2014, effective January 1, 2015.

Rule 21 amended December 20, 2006. Renumbered and codified as § 6-421, effective July 18, 2008; § 6-421 renumbered to § 6-420 on July 23, 2008. § 6-420 deleted August 12, 2008.


   The court-authorized service provider for the pilot project is Nebraska.gov and the State of Nebraska Office of the Chief Information Officer. (Effective April 1, 2008.)

   At present, the system is not set up to allow E-Filing by pro se litigants or attorneys not licensed to practice law in Nebraska. The Supreme Court contemplates thatE-Filing participants may be expanded in the future.

Comment amended August 12, 2008.

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