All pleadings or documents that are not filed electronically shall be double spaced and legibly handwritten, typewritten, or printed on one side on plain, unglazed paper of good texture. Every page shall have a top margin of not less than one inch, free from all typewritten, printed, or other written matter. Under Rule 14 of these rules, all pleadings or documents filed electronically must comply with the format requirements established by the state court administrator in the Minnesota District Court Registered User Guide for Electronic Filing.
(Amended effective January 1, 2006; amended effective September 1, 2012; amended effective July 1, 2015.)
All papers served or filed by any party that are not served or filed electronically shall be on standard size 8-1/2 X 11 inch paper.
(Amended effective July 1, 2015.)
No pleading, motion, order, or other paper submitted to the court administrator for non-electronic filing shall be backed or otherwise enclosed in a covering. Any papers that cannot be attached by a single staple in the upper lefthand corner shall be clipped or tied by an alternate means at the upper lefthand corner.
(Former Rule 102 adopted effective January 1, 1992; renumbered effective January 1, 1993; amended effective July 1, 2015.)
Cross Reference: Minn. R. Civ. P. 5.05, 10.