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UK Supreme Court Electronic Bundle Guidelines

Are bundles created with Bundledocs compatible with The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom and Judicial Committee of the Privy Councils electronic bundle guidelines?

Yes. Bundledocs electronic bundle software is specifically designed to help legal professionals create bundles with ease. Our unique software automates time consuming activities such as indexing, numbering, hyperlinking and bookmarking. All with the click of a button! Bundledocs software is fully compatible with the UK Supreme Court and Patents Court electronic bundle guidelines. Let’s take a closer look at the main requirements governing the submission of electronic bundles…

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Bundle must be a single PDF

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Bundle must be numbered in ascending order regardless of whether multiple documents have been combined together

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Index pages and authorities must be numbered as part of the single PDF bundle

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The default display view size of all pages must always be 100%

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Texts on all page must be selectable to facilitate comments and highlights to be imposed on the texts

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Bookmarks must be labelled indicating what documents they are referring to and also display the relevant page numbers

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Resolution on the electronic bundle must be reduced to about 200-300 dpi to prevent delays whilst scrolling from one page to another.

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The index page must be hyperlinked to the pages and documents they refer to

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Supplementary documents or bundles filed during or close to the start of the hearing must be created as a separate single PDF numbered in ascending order starting from 1 and filed on a new memory stick.

For more information about the UK Supreme Court and Judicial Committee of the Privy Council electronic bundle guidelines, visit:

http://www.supremecourt.gov.uk/procedures/electronic-bundle-guidelines.html