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Minnesota State Court Rules - Civil Procedure

Minnesota Rules of Civil Procedure

Resources in this category:
   Minnesota State Court Rules (Minnesota Revisor of Statutes)
These rule sets are published rule by rule and also include an index, making them more usable than those published on the Minnesota Judicial Branch website.
   Minnesota Rules of Civil Procedure by Minnesota Supreme Court (Minnesota Judicial Branch)
With changes through January 1, 2009. 121 pages.
   Minnesota State Court Rules Directory and Recent Rules Orders (Minnesota Judicial Branch)
   Order Promulgating Amendments to Rules of Civil Procedure, General Rules of Practice, and Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure, November 30, 2005 by Minnesota Supreme Court (Minnesota Judicial Branch)

"1. The attached amendments to the Rules of Civil Procedure, the General Rules of Practice, and the Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure be, and the same are, prescribed and promulgated to be effective on January 1, 2006.

2. These amendments shall apply to all actions or proceedings pending on or commenced on or after the effective date, provided that in cases in which a timely and otherwise proper motion is brought under either the old or the new version of Rule 50.02 of the Rules of Civil Procedure, the time for appeal will be governed by Rule 104.01, subd. 2, of the Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure, even if the wrong version of Rule 50.02 is used.

3. The inclusion of advisory committee comments is made for convenience and does not reflect court approval of the statements made therein."

See also:
  • Depositions
  • Discovery
  • Minnesota State Court Subpoena Forms
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