7 | SERVICE OF DOCUMENTS
7.1 Registration to use the ECF system constitutes consent to receive electronic service of all documents as provided by the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure and the circuit rules, as well as to receive electronic notice of correspondence, orders, and opinions issued by the Court.
7.2 ECF Filers must comply with FRAP 25 when filing electronically. The ECF system will automatically generate and send by e-mail an NDA to all ECF Filers participating in the case. This notice constitutes service on those ECF Filers. Independent service, either by paper or otherwise, need not be made on any ECF Filer and no certificate of service is required.
7.3 Incarcerated pro se litigants, non-incarcerated pro se litigants who choose not to file electronically or whose permission to file electronically has been revoked, and attorneys who are exempt from electronic filing must be served by the filing party through the conventional means of service set forth in FRAP 25 and a certificate of service is required.
7.4 Except as may otherwise be provided by circuit rule or Court order, all orders, opinions, judgments, and other Court-issued documents in cases maintained in the ECF system will be filed and served on ECF Filers electronically.
US 11th Circuit Court of Appeals | CM/ECF Guide to Electronic Filing
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