1 | DEFINITIONS
1.1. Document means any order, opinion, judgment, petition, application, notice, transcript, motion, brief, or other filing in a case.
1.2. ECF (Electronic Case Files) means the system maintained by the Court for receiving and storing documents in electronic format.
1.3. ECF Filer means an attorney or non-incarcerated pro se party who has registered as described in Section 2 of this Guide and is therefore authorized to file documents electronically and to receive service through the ECF system.
1.4. NDA (Notice of Docket Activity) is a notice generated automatically by the ECF system at the time a document is filed and a docket entry results. This notice sets forth the date of filing, the text of the docket entry, and the names of the attorneys or pro se parties required to receive notice of the filing. If a PDF document is attached to the docket entry, the NDA will also identify the person filing the document and the type of document, and will contain a hyperlink to the filed document. Any document filed by the Court will similarly list those to whom electronic notice of the filing is being sent.
1.5. PACER (Public Access to Court Electronic Records) is an electronic system that allows internet users to view, print, and download electronically maintained docket information and federal court documents.
1.6. PDF (Portable Document Format) means a non-modifiable electronic file containing the “.pdf” file extension. Text-Searchable PDF means a PDF file generated from an original word-processing file rather than scanned.
US 11th Circuit Court of Appeals | CM/ECF Guide to Electronic Filing
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