continuing the same thought, may i file such a 3rd modifed motion or complaint during the trial, since there is a gap in time from last weeks 1st days trial to 2nd day in June? May either party file per email copy , when an oppoising party refused said accepting email per 2.516? ie one party certifies delivery per FL Juduicial rule 2.516, the other rejects it, what is the result?
I'll need to read above closely but for now to specify your answer, must I have filed rejecting email or is it simply that the petitioners attorney filed a desire to utize email, then thus must I acept ? , and thus petitioner efiled at 8pm on a deadline date .(is there a time of day one must exchage docs) yet the magistrate ordered specifically the doc;s per expenses must be exchanged physcally. do you see my issue? I wish to refuse-exclude expenses by the petitioner since said were not exchanged clearly per the ordered deadline specifying a certain date in time? got me ?
yes, thank you you confirm the petitioners attoney did not comply with the order on time . say it was the 18th of the month and said esq. emailed docs at 8pm on the18th .. Magistrate clearly oreder specific docs be physically delivered, that did not happen. So I will object to the docs due to petitioner not fowing the order. right ? is there a time of day for instance at 4:30pm or 6 pm or is the deadling per a day deadline time at 23:59;59 seconds??
ok now you give 5pm if had delivered, is there a time of day per email ? Point is twofold resons to strike that docs are not filed on time due date and by the time of day> so I asked is there a time of day per efile per rule 2.516. I do not see a time of day specified is there one?
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