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High Court Allows eFiling

The High Court of Orissa Friday commenced the use of e-Filing portal developed by e-Committee, Supreme Court of India for the convenience of Advocates and Litigants.  

The process aims to make the case filing procedure easy and less prone to errors that creep in due to data entry at various levels of the manual filing process. 

The e-Filing portal shall remain available 24 x 7 for enabling Advocates and Litigants to file cases at their own convenience. In view of its advantages, e-Filing portal has been adopted by various High Courts across the country.

The link for e-Filing (https://www.orissahighcourt.nic.in/e-filing/) has been provided in the website of Orissa High Court that contains all relevant details such as Notification, Guidelines, User Manual as well as Video Tutorials with respect to use of e-Filing portal.

The status of e-Filed cases will be regularly sent via SMS and e-mail to the concerned Advocates/Parties to keep them updated about the status of their respective cases.

In order to be able to e-file his case, an Advocate needs to register his details in Court’s database through a simple process. A link ‘Advocate Details’ in this regard has been provided under the e-filing link in website of the Court to facilitate this process.

The facility of filing cases through e-mail, which was brought into force during the onset of COVID-19, shall continue to remain available to enable Advocates to register themselves for using e-filing portal in the meantime.

However, filing can be made only through one of the modes i.e. either through e-mail or through e-filing portal.

Facility has also been provided in the e-Sewa Kendra established in the High Court premises to assist lawyers and litigants to e-file their cases.

The commencement of e-filing portal further augments the Court’s efforts to ensure that Advocates and litigants can continue to remotely have access to the Court’s processes during the exigencies prevailing due to COVID-19.

The High Court of Orissa and Subordinate Courts in the State are already conducting virtual hearings to ensure remote appearance of Advocates and Litigants for making their submission before such Courts.


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