RULE 6.2 EFFECTIVE DATE OF COURT FILINGS FOR PURPOSES OF CALCULATING LIMITATION PERIODS


Unless specifically provided otherwise, in determining the filing deadlines under both the federal procedural rules and the Local Rules of this court, the relevant date for calculating a limitation period dependent on the filing of a court order is: (1) for a conventionally-filed order, the file-stamp date appearing on the order; or (2) for an electronically-filed order, the date stated on the Notice of Electronic Filing. Neither the date on which the judge or magistrate judge signs the order nor the date on which the clerk’s office enters the order on the docket is relevant in calculating the limitation period.

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As amended 3/17/04. Adopted 6/11/98.


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