Category: URCP086

Rules of Civil Procedure – Effective December 18, 2019, pursuant to Rule 11-105(5) of the Utah Code of Judicial Administration

URCP086. Licensed paralegal practitioners. AMEND. The approved amendments remove the requirement to serve papers on both the party and the licensed paralegal practitioner, and instead require a licensed paralegal practitioner who has entered a general appearance to inform their client of any papers filed, regardless of whether the paper falls within the scope of the licensed paralegal practitioner’s representation.

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Rules of Civil Procedure – Effective November 1, 2019

URCP086. Licensed Paralegal Practitioners. New. Addresses the applicability of the Utah Rules of Civil Procedure to Licensed Paralegal Practitioners.

Supreme Court Order for URCP086

URCP100. Coordination of cases pending in district court and juvenile court. Amend. To ensure better coordination of cases between courts, Rule 100 is amended to clarify that parties who have a child custody case in one court must notify that court of any other custody case in another court involving the same party or the same child. Custody cases include minor guardianship.

Supreme Court Order for URCP100

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