Amendments to the Rules of Public Access to Records of the Judicial Branch
Amendment to Minn. R. Civ. P. 47.01: Examination of Jurors
Amendment to Rules of the Supreme Court for Registration of Attorneys, Rule 9: Access to Attorney Registration Records
Amendments to General Rules of Practice: Rule 11. Submission of Confidential Information; Rule 313: Confidential Numbers and Tax Returns; Rule 361: Discovery; Rule 370: Establishment of Support Proceedings; Rule 371: Parentage Actions;
Rule 372: Motions to Modify, Motions to Set Support, and Other Matters; New Form 11.1 Confidential Information Form (Gen. R. Prac. 11.02); New Form 11.2 Sealed Financial Source Documents (Gen. R. Prac. 11.02); Rule 814: Records.
"The attached amendments to the Rules of Public Access to Records of the Judicial Branch, General Rules of Practice for the District Courts, Rules of Civil Procedure, and Rules of the Supreme Court for Registration of Attorneys be, and the same hereby are, prescribed and promulgated to be effective July 1, 2005, except:
as provided in Rule 8, subd. 2(f), of the attached Rules of Public Access to Records of the Judicial Branch, regarding remote access; and
Rules 11, 361.02, 361.05, 370.04, 371.04, and 372.04 of the attached General Rules of Practice for the District Courts regarding restricted identifiers and financial source documents shall apply to pleadings and other documents submitted to, or judgments, orders, decisions, and notices issued, by, the court on or after July 1, 2005.
"These rules govern access to the records of all courts and court administrators of the judicial branch of the state of Minnesota. They do not govern access to records of the Tax Court or the Workers' Compensation Court of Appeals, which are part of the executive branch of the state. In addition, these rules do not govern access to records of the various Boards or Commissions of the Supreme Court as they are governed by independent rules promulgated or approved by the Supreme Court."
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