SECTION 7. NOTICE OF PROCEDURAL RULES, ADMINISTRATIVE RULES, AND ADMINISTRATIVE ORDERS
7.1 Within 30 days after the filing of a Petition (Section 3) or a Request for Standing Committee Study (Section 4), or a certificate of Intention (Section 5), relating to a procedural rule or administrative rule and within 30 days after the adoption of a procedural rule or an administrative rule, the Clerk of the Supreme Court shall send notice of the matter to the Executive Director and the members of the Executive Committee of the State Bar Association of North Dakota, the Presiding Judge of each judicial district, the other District Court Judges, the chairperson of each standing committee in Section 8, the Director of the Legislative Council, and to the news media through the Associated Press. Additional notice may be ordered by the Supreme Court as circumstances warrant.
7.2 Within 30 days after the adoption of an administrative order (Section 2.3), the Clerk of the Supreme Court shall send notice of the order to the Presiding Judge of each judicial district and the Executive Director of the State Bar Association of North Dakota. Additional notice may be ordered by the court as circumstances warrant.
[Amended effective May 27, 1987.]