RULE 44. CASE INVOLVING A CONSTITUTIONAL QUESTION WHEN THE STATE IS NOT A PARTY
If a party questions the constitutionality of a statute of the State of North Dakota in a proceeding in which the state or its agency, officer, or employee is not a party in an official capacity, the questioning party must give written notice to the attorney general immediately upon the filing of the record or as soon as the question is raised.
Rule 44 was adopted, effective March 1, 2008.
Sources: Joint Procedure Committee Minutes of January 25, 2007, pages 19-20; Fed.R.App.P. 44.
Considered: N.D.C.C. § 32-23-11.