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35.1 Can I e-mail documents to the ADLRO?

Posted on Jan 13, 2017 in

Yes, you can now submit documents to the ADLRO via e-mail! Completed and signed forms may be mailed, faxed, or delivered in person to the ADLRO, or they may be e-mailed to the ADLRO at:

However, the e-mail box is intended to be used only for the transmission of documents to ADLRO and should not be used to communicate other information or to make inquiries; ADLRO will not respond to the e‑mails.  Please continue to call, write, or visit the ADLRO if you have any questions or concerns.

This is a cloud-based e-mail address that transmits to ADLRO through the normal Judiciary e-mail service.  Any encryption and/or additional security desired by the sender is the sender’s responsibility.  Normal PDF files can be sent encrypted with separate passwords to open the file, if desired by the sender.

Documents transmitted via e-mail will be printed and date/time-stamped by ADLRO staff.  The official date/time of receipt/filing is the date/time stamped on the document by the ADLRO, and not the date/time of e‑mail transmission or e-mail receipt.  Documents received by ADLRO on weekdays after 4:30 p.m., on weekends, or on state holidays, will be date/time-stamped the next ADLRO regular business day.  The ADLRO e‑mail box does not generate and transmit an automatic return receipt to the sender when a document is received.