2021-12-28 - Riverside Superior Court transitioning to mandatory electronic filing

Date: Dec 28, 2021

SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA

COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE NOTICE RIVERSIDE

NOTICE

SUPERIOR COURT TRANSITIONS TO MANDATORY ELECTRONIC FILING SERVICES FOR CIVIL

Under Local Rule 3118, the Riverside County Superior Court will transition to mandatory electronic filing (eFiling) for parties represented by counsel in limited and unlimited civil actions, including unlawful detainers cases, on January 1, 2022.

Electronic filing in limited and unlimited civil actions, including unlawful detainers cases and small claims, is optional for self-represented litigants and not required (California Rules of Court, rule 2.253(b)(2)).

Approved Electronic Filing Service Providers (EFSPs) for civil can be found on the court’s website at www.riverside.courts.ca.gov/FormsFiling/EFiling/eFilingservice-providers.php

Effective January 1, 2022, the Court’s eSubmit Electronic Document Portal will no longer be available for the submission of documents in civil, unlawful detainers and small claims cases. The eSubmit Electronic Document Portal will remain available to electronically deliver documents in family law, probate, criminal and traffic cases.

Additional information, including the Court’s General Order on Mandatory eFiling and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), is available on the court’s website.

For additional information on electronic filing (eFiling) for civil, please contact us via email at courtexecutiveoffice@riverside.courts.ca.gov.

Download General Order