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Two new Chancery Division practice notes were published in early September which are effective as of 1 October 2014. These deal with the new CE-File electronic court file in readiness for court users to be able to file documents electronically in the latter part of 2015 and the production and service of Chancery Masters’ orders. These changes are important and should not be overlooked.
Detailed information in these changes are available to subscribers to LexisPSL Dispute Resolution, in the following Practice Notes: Chancery changes—electronic files and Masters' orders and CE File—the new electronic system in Chancery
For appeals to the Supreme Court, for which permission is granted on or after 1 October 2014, the appeal bundle for use in the hearing is required to be filed in the form of an eBundle using the process set out in the guidelines issued by UKSC and using provider Caselines.
Detailed information in these changes are available to subscribers to LexisPSL Dispute Resolution, in the following Practice Note: UKSC—electronic bundles guidelines—mandatory eBundle
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