What do I do if I want to make payment on my case at the magisterial district court?

Per the Pennsylvania Supreme Court Order issued In Re: General Statewide Judicial Emergency on March 17, 2020, “Payments rendered to the Magisterial District Courts SHALL NOT BE MADE IN PERSON but may be accepted by mail, electronically (online) or by telephone as may be permissible in the magisterial district court receiving the payment.  Until further notice, Westmoreland County continues to adhere to this directive.

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1. How do I know if the courts are open for a particular proceeding?
2. Will my documents be considered timely? What about time calculations?
3. What about conferences, diversionary programs, discovery motions?
4. What do I do if I want to make payment on my case at the magisterial district court?
5. Can I evict someone/will I be evicted?