Electronic filing definition

Electronic filing means a document that is filed under securities legislation or securities directions in electronic format or the act of filing a document under securities legislation or securities directions in electronic format, as the context indicates;
Electronic filing means the electronic transmission of a document to the electronic document management system together with the production and transmission of a notice of electronic filing.
Electronic filing or “e-filing” means the electronic transmission of data and documents to the court through the electronic-filing system.

Examples of Electronic filing in a sentence

  • Before a contract can be awarded, an Affirmative Action Program Verification Form must be completed using the Ohio Business Gateway Electronic filing website (https://ohiobusinessgateway.ohio.gov).

  • Electronic filing must be done through the electronic filing manager established by the Office of Court Administration and an electronic filing service provider certified by the Office of Court Administration.

  • Electronic filing is complete on transmission, unless the filing party learns that the attempted transmission was undelivered or undeliverable.

  • Electronic filing will become mandatory, on a form-by-form basis, six months after each application form or report becomes available for filing electronically.

  • Electronic filing is the most efficient and effective way to submit claims.

More Definitions of Electronic filing

Electronic filing or “electronically file” means uploading a document directly from a registered user’s computer, using the court’s Internet based System to file that document in the court’s case file. Electronic filing also includes uploading to the System done by the clerk of documents given to the court in paper format or as .pdf (“Portable Document Format”) files. Sending a document to the court via electronic mail (e-mail) or facsimile transmission (fax) is not electronic filing.
Electronic filing means the process whereby a filer electronically transmits to a court a document in an electronic form to initiate an action or to be included in the court file for an action.
Electronic filing means the transmission of a digitized source document electronically via the Internet to the clerk for the purpose of filing the document and refers to the means of transmission or to a document so transmitted.
Electronic filing means a filing submitted via the Internet by using the System for Electronic Rate and Form Filings, SERFF.
Electronic filing means the transmission of documents to the Board by electronic means.
Electronic filing means filing or submission of an Environmental Resource, Surface Water Management, Consumptive Use, or Works of the District Permit Application; Response to Request for Additional Information; or Request for Permit Transfer at the District’s e-Permitting website. Electronic filing is governed by the provisions of Chapter 668, F.S. If the applicant or sender of electronic data inhibits the ability of the District to store or print the electronic data, it shall not be considered filed with or received by the District. Filings received by the District after 5:00 p.m. shall be deemed filed on the next regular business day.
Electronic filing. (efiling) means uploaded to the appropriate case docket using the electronic judges of compensation claims’ e-filing system (e-JCC) accessed through a link on the OJCC website at www.jcc.state.fl.us.