Category: -Rules of Civil Procedure

Utah Rules of Civil Procedure

URCP 007. Pleadings allowed; motions, memoranda, hearings, orders, objection to commissioner’s order. Amend. Prohibits orders embedded in other documents unless permitted by the court.
URCP 047. Jurors. Amend. Clarifies situations in which multiple parties share peremptory challenges.
URCP 101. Motion practice before court commissioners. New. Establishes procedures for motions to a court commissioner.
URCP 106. Modification of divorce decrees. Amend. Describes conditions in which the court may enter a temporary order in an action to modify a divorce decree.

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Utah Rules of Civil Procedure

URCP 009. Pleading special matters. Amend. Describes method for identifying persons to whom a defendant wants to assess fault under Utah Code Section 78-27-41. May 2, 2005 Approved as an expedited amendment under Rule 11-101(6)(F). Subject to further change after the comment period.
URCP 026. General provisions governing discovery. Amend. Discovery plan should include deadline for identifying non-parties to whom fault will be allocated. May 2, 2005 Approved as an expedited amendment under Rule 11-101(6)(F). Subject to further change after the comment period.

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Utah Rules of Civil Procedure

URCP 062. Stay of proceedings to enforce a judgment. Amend. Establishes guidelines for determining the amount of a supersedeas bond. Establishes a maximum supersedeas bond. Effective February 4, 2005. Approved as an expedited amendment under Rule 11-101(6)(F). Subject to further change after the comment period.

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Utah Rules of Civil Procedure

URCP 051. Instructions to jury; objections. Amend. Permits the judge discretion to repeat earlier instructions as necessary.
URCP 073. Attorney fees. Amend. Requires a statement that attorney will not split fees in violation of Code of Professional Responsibility.

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Rules of Civil Procedure

URCP 62. Stay of proceedings to enforce a judgment. Amend. Strikes from the rule the amendments made by HJR 16. Effective May 12, 2004 under Rule 11-101(6)(F). Subject to further change after comment period.

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Rules of Civil Procedure

URCP 45. Subpoena. Amend. Correct reference to Rule 4 regarding methods of serving subpoena
URCP 47. Jurors. Amend. Conforms rule regulating conversing with jurors to caselaw.
URCP 56. Summary judgment. Amend. Corrects reference to URCP 7. Technical amendments.
URCP 63. Disability or disqualification of a judge. Amend. Advises the judge regarding voluntary recusal upon remand after reversal.
URCP 64. Writs in general. New. Substantial reorganization of rules regulating writs for the seizure of property. Substantial changes to procedures.
URCP 64A. Prejudgment writs in general. Repeal and reenact. Substantial reorganization of rules regulating writs for the seizure of property. Substantial changes to procedures.
URCP 64B. Writ of replevin. Repeal and reenact. Substantial reorganization of rules regulating writs for the seizure of property. Substantial changes to procedures.
URCP 64C. Writ of attachment. Repeal and reenact. Substantial reorganization of rules regulating writs for the seizure of property. Substantial changes to procedures.
URCP 64D. Writ of garnishment. Repeal and reenact. Substantial reorganization of rules regulating writs for the seizure of property. Substantial changes to procedures.
URCP 64E. Writ of execution. Repeal and reenact. Substantial reorganization of rules regulating writs for the seizure of property. Substantial changes to procedures.
URCP 64F. Waiver of bond or undertaking. Repeal. Substantial reorganization of rules regulating writs for the seizure of property. Substantial changes to procedures.
URCP 66. Receivers. Repeal and reenact. Substantial reorganization of rules regulating writs for the seizure of property. Substantial changes to procedures.
URCP 69. Execution and proceedings supplemental thereto. Repeal. Substantial reorganization of rules regulating writs for the seizure of property. Substantial changes to procedures. Substantial changes to seizure and sale of property.
URCP 69A. Seizure of property. New. Substantial reorganization of rules regulating writs for the seizure of property. Substantial changes to procedures. Substantial changes to seizure and sale of property.
URCP 69B. Sale of property; delivery of property. New. Substantial reorganization of rules regulating writs for the seizure of property. Substantial changes to procedures. Substantial changes to seizure and sale of property.
URCP 69C. Redemption of real property after sale. New. Substantial reorganization of rules regulating writs for the seizure of property. Substantial changes to procedures. Substantial changes to seizure and sale of property.

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