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Amendments to N.D.R.App.P.

Docket No. 20010009
Oral Argument: Argument Date & Time is not set.

Docket Info

Title
Amendments to Rule 10, and
Rule 31, North Dakota Rules
of Appellate Procedure
Case Type
RULES :


(Note: Attachments may not be available for recently filed cases and/or confidential documents.)

Seq. # Filing Date Description Attachment
1 01/12/2001 PETITION FILED (sua sponte by the Court)
2 01/24/2001 ACTION BY SUPREME COURT (PTF) - Granted
3 01/24/2001 DISPOSITION (amendments)
4 01/29/2001 Order of Adoption and Amendments sent to Clerk's Office Misc., Dist. Court Clerks, Joint Procedure
5 01/29/2001 Committee, Judges(Dist/Fed/Surrogate), SBAND, NDTLA
6 01/30/2001 Amendments mailed to appellate practitioners, court reporters, court recorders
7 07/27/2007 EXPUNGED - Nonpermanent record items destroyed

 


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