(1) is given an unconditional right to intervene
(2) claims an interest relating to the property or transaction
(1) InGeneral. On timely motion, the court may permit anyone to intervenewho:
(3) Delayor Prejudice. In exercising its discretion, the court must consider whether the intervention willunduly delay or prejudice the adjudication of the original
(1)Challenges to a statute.
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(A) Formand content. The notice shall (i) be in writing, (ii) be titled ?Notice ofConstitutional Challenge Under URCP 24(d),? (iii) concisely describe the natureof the challenge, and (iv) include, as an attachment, the pleading, motion, orother paper challenging constitutionality as set forth above.
(B) Timing.The party shall serve the notice on the Attorney General or other governmentalentity on or before the date the party files the paper challengingconstitutionality as set forth above.
(4) AttorneyGeneral?s or other governmental entity?s response to notice.
(A) Within 14 days after the deadline forthe parties to file all papers in response to the constitutional challenge, theAttorney General or other governmental entity (?responding entity?) shall filea notice of intent to respond unless the responding entity determines that aresponse is unnecessary. The responding entity may seek up to an additional 7days? extension of time to file a notice of intent to respond.
(B) If the responding entity files a noticeof intent to respond within the time permitted by this rule, the court willallow the responding entity to file a response to the constitutional challengeand participate at oral argument when it is heard.
(C) Unless the parties stipulate to or thecourt grants additional time, the responding entity?s response to theconstitutional challenge shall be filed within 14 days after filing the noticeof intent to respond.
(D) The responding entity?s right torespond to a constitutional challenge under Rule 25A of the Utah Rules ofAppellate Procedure is unaffected by the responding entity?s decision not torespond under this rule.
(5) Failureto provide notice. Failure of a party to provide notice as required by thisrule is not a waiver of any constitutional challenge otherwise timely asserted.If a party does not serve a notice as required by this rule, the court maypostpone the hearing until the party serves the notice.
Effective May 1, 2021