When responding to a notice of a hearing are you allowed to serve the other party your response by email or fax?
What I am talking about are the papers you submit to the court prior to the hearing detailing your side like your declaration or other people's declarations, etc that support your case?
If you are required to turn them in no later than two days before the hearing, and you wait until two days before the hearing to do so, it seems like faxing or emailing them would be the only way to get them to other party successfully before the hearing in a lot of cases.
Is this allowed, and if so, even for pro se litigants? If not what are the legal ways to get these types of papers to the other party before the hearing ?