I cant be the only one this has ever happened to. I filed a 9 paged document with the court that I have just now noticed has 2 missing pages that somehow didnt get included with the document when I filed it and some of the other pages of the document are out of order. What a mess.
You can file an "Errata" to the document and include the missing pages. Best bet would be to go to the clerk's office and tell them what happened and see what they suggest.
In true lawyerly fashion, I can tell you that it all depends. In many cases, an errata would be the way to go. In others, such as a disclosure, you could file an amended production or even a supplemental production. The important thing, regardless of how you title it, is to get it corrected without delay to demonstrate this was an honest mistake and not an attempt to deceive the other side or the court.
Hope this helps.
/s Donald Kudler
This answer does not create an attorney client relationship and does not constitute legal advice, but is solely the opinion of a Nevada Attorney.
Don't worry. This happens from time to time. You should file a document entitled "Errata to [Name of Your Original Document]" and simply state in the contents that your original filing accidentally omitted two pages and attach all pages to the Errata. This should be done promptly and served on all counsel with a courtesy copy to the Judge.
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