Land Records E-recording Pilot Planned
The Maryland Judiciary is working with its government partners to provide a more convenient system for land records customers to record documents. The Baltimore County Circuit Court is planning a pilot project that will start next spring that will allow customers to electronically record, or e-record, land record documents. Read more.
Conflict Resolution Art Contest Sets Record
2,280 entries were received for the Judiciary’s annual Conflict Resolution Student Bookmark Art Contest – more than twice as many as any other year. The contest, for Maryland students in grades K-8, helps celebrate Conflict Resolution Day. Read more.
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2,280 entries were received for the Judiciary’s annual Conflict Resolution Student Bookmark Art Contest – more than twice as many as any other year. The contest, for Maryland students in grades K-8, helps celebrate Conflict Resolution Day. Now that the deadline for entries has passed, the hard part begins: picking the ones that will get prizes. Read more.
New Fee Waiver Procedures - Effective Oct. 14, 2014
The Maryland Judiciary is implementing several procedural changes to streamline and improve the handling of fee waiver requests. Read more.
Attorneys: Are you Ready to E-file?
Attention, attorneys: MDEC has launched in Anne Arundel County and, as of October 14, attorneys are required to e-file in Anne Arundel County (non-criminal pleadings – civil, family, and juvenile cases). This includes District Court, Circuit Court, Court of Special Appeals, and Court of Appeals. This applies to all attorneys in Maryland who practice in Anne Arundel County. You can read more here.
The Maryland Electronic Courts (MDEC) is a single Judiciary-wide integrated case management system that will be used by all the courts in the state court system.
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