E-Filing Rules - page 6

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but also to protect personal privacy and other legitimate
interests, certain documents in a case will be accessible to the
public using CM/ECF, and certain documents will be locked
and available only to CM/ECF Users in that case.
(b) Once a Notice of Appeal is received by the Court, the Clerk
will docket the appeal, designate the Secretary as the appellee,
and create an electronic record of the Notice of Appeal.
See
U.S.
V
ET
.
A
PP
.
R.
4(b). Because the Notice of Appeal will
likely contain personal identifiers, that electronic record will be
locked and accessible through CM/ECF only to CM/ECF Users
in that case.
(c) Once a petition for extraordinary relief is received by the
Court, the Clerk will docket the petition, designate the
Secretary as the respondent, and create an electronic record of
the petition.
See
U.S. V
ET
. A
PP
. R.
21(a). Because the petition
will likely contain personal identifiers, that electronic record
will be locked and accessible through CM/ECF only to
CM/ECF Users in that case.
(d) When the Secretary files the Board of Veterans' Appeals
decision in a particular case,
see
U.S. V
ET
. A
PP
.
R. 4(c), the
Secretary must file at least two separate documents under
separate docket entries: (1) a reference transmittal identifying
the Board decision with any necessary personal identifiers;
and (2) the Board decision with any personal identifiers
redacted.
(e) The Record of Proceedings that the Secretary must file
pursuant to Rule 28.1 of the Court's Rules of Practice and
Procedure will be locked and available only to CM/ECF Users
in that case.
See
U.S. V
ET
. A
PP
. R. 28.1.
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