Kerala High Court To Operate Virtually From May 17, Guidelines Notified For E-Filing [Read Notifications]

Update: 2021-05-14 14:14 GMT

The Kerala High Court will be functioning virtually from May 17 onwards upon resuming work after the summer vacation, with filing also slated to go online. Following the e-filing rules notified last week, the Kerala High Court has issued general instructions to enable e-filing on the web portal https://ecourts.kerala.gov.in/. Advocates, Party-in-persons, Counsel for the State have...

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The Kerala High Court will be functioning virtually from May 17 onwards upon resuming work after the summer vacation, with filing also slated to go online. 

Following the e-filing rules notified last week, the Kerala High Court has issued general instructions to enable e-filing on the web portal https://ecourts.kerala.gov.in/. Advocates, Party-in-persons, Counsel for the State have been directed to file cases through the e-filing system, with amounts towards Court fee, Legal benefit fund fee, Welfare Fund stamps are to be paid online using e-payment option in the portal.

The High Court has directed all those who file cases through the e-filing portal to submit the physical copy of the case to the Registry filed within 45 days of the case being filed. Once the lockdown is lifted, a physical copy of the cases filed virtually will have to submitted on the same date of filing.

Click here to read the notification of filing and sitting arrangements 


Click here to download the e-filing instructions


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