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Standing Order of the Court Regarding Fillable Standardized Forms and Venues for Submission
CitationSO-7
Enacted byCourt of Justice
Signed byAnaaxes
Date commencedX January 2020
Status: Pending

IN THE COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE SOCIAL LIBERAL UNION

STANDING ORDER OF THE COURT REGARDING FILLABLE STANDARDIZED FORMS AND VENUES FOR SUBMISSION

BY ORDER OF THE COURT, the following requirements regarding fillable standardized court forms and with respect to acceptable venues for the submission of court filings shall apply to all cases filed with the Court of Justice:

  1. DEVELOPMENT OF FILLABLE FORMS AUTHORIZED:
    1) No case may proceed to trial nor final judgement be rendered unless the adverse party is served with the civil complaint or unsealed criminal indictment which initiated that case, as applicable. Any amendments to the original filing must also be served on the adverse party.
    2) Any court order which requires a State or entity to refrain from or to take certain actions shall not be enforceable until served on the adverse party.
    3) Final judgements or opinions of the Court shall be served on all parties.
    4) Service of other documents or processes shall also be performed where required by law or by order of the Court.
  2. ACCEPTABLE VENUES FOR THE SUBMISSION OF COURT FILINGS:
    The following acceptable venues for the submission of Court filings are hereby explicitly authorized:
    1) Via the regional forum either through the Public Proceedings or the Seal Proceedings board, as the case may be; and
    2) Via telegram to the presiding officer or Registrar of the Court, accompanied with clear directions indicating whether the filing or parts thereof are to be filed as either a Public or Sealed record and with a signed certification under penalty of perjury declaring that it is impossible or reasonably infeasible to utilize any other venue file instead; and
    3) Via any other venue explicitly authorized by subsequent order of this Court; and
    4) Via a special designated page on the Library of Parliament or other website, once authorized by the Court and under such rules as the Court in consultation with the Law Commission may provide.

This order is effective immediately and shall remain in effect until such time as it may be modified or revoked.

Dated: X January 2020

Anaaxes
Chancellor
Presiding