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Uniform Rules on Impoundment Procedure

Trial Court Rules Uniform Rules on Impoundment Procedure Rule 5: Opposition

Effective Date: 10/01/2015
Updates: Amended April 24, 2015, effective October 1, 2015

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Rule 5

Any party or interested nonparty may serve and file an opposing affidavit not later than one day before any hearing, if scheduled, unless otherwise ordered. Service of any opposing affidavit shall be made in accordance with the procedures provided in URIP Rule 4 unless otherwise ordered. 

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URIP Rule 5 grants a party and any interested nonparty the right to file and serve an affidavit in opposition to impoundment. The affidavit should set forth why there is no good cause to issue an order. Interested nonparties need to file a notice of limited appearance, pursuant to URIP Rule 6(a), in pending cases.

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Updates: Amended April 24, 2015, effective October 1, 2015

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