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Answered 2010-09-03 14:24:05

Pre-Note of Issue 325-d Conferences

The majority of cases transferred to a Civil Court from a Supreme Court are not ready for trial. Almost all cases transferred are pre-note of issue actions which still require further litigation and judicial deliberation before a resolution will be achieved. In addition to their regular assignments, each Civil Court judge receives pre-note of issue cases that have been transferred from the Supreme Court.

There is also an Electronic Funds Prenote Process (EFPN), unrelated to the procedure used in civil court matters - it is used to notify the bank of the intention to begin using electronic funds transfers.

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