Does opposing counsel have to consent to be e-served?

Yes, opposing counsel must consent to be e-served; please refer to SCLCR 30 regarding consent to electronic service.



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1. What is e-service?
2. Does opposing counsel have to consent to be e-served?
3. What are Firm Service Contacts?
4. What are Case Service Contacts?
5. What is the Master Service List used for in e-filing?
6. Can I use e-service without filing a document with the court?
7. How do I serve other individuals with my e-filed documents?
8. Does File & Serve send a service notification after a filing is submitted?
9. When is a service notification sent?
10. What should I do if I receive a service notification?