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JUVENILE COURT

PILOT PROJECT REQUIREMENTS FOR E-FILING AND E-SERVICE IN JUVENILE PROTECTION AND ADOPTION MATTERS

4.Signatures

4.01Judge and Court Administrator Signatures.

Judge or court administrator signatures on documents electronically filed or served using the E-Filing System are governed by Minn. Gen. R. Prac. 14.04(a).

4.02Attorney or Declarant Signature.

Attorney or declarant signatures on documents electronically filed or served using the E-Filing System are governed by Minn. Gen. R. Prac. 14.04(b).

4.03Notary Signature, Stamp.

Notary signatures and stamps on documents electronically filed or served using the E-Filing System are governed by Minn. Gen. R. Prac. 14.04(c).

4.04Perjury Penalty Acknowledgment.

Documents electronically filed or served using the E-Filing System are governed by the perjury provisions of Minn. Gen. R. Prac. 14.04(d).

4.05Certification of Compliance.

Consistent with the provisions of Minn. Gen. R. Prac. 14.04(e), by electronically filing, serving, or submitting a document using the E-Filing System, the registered attorney, party, or participant filing or serving is certifying compliance with the signature requirements of this order, and the signatures on the document shall have the same legal effect as the signatures on the original document.

4.06Retention of Original Document.

A registered attorney, party, or participant electronically filing or serving a document using the E-Filing System shall maintain the original document bearing actual signatures if in paper form, or electronic signatures if the original is in electronic form, and shall make the original document available upon reasonable request of the district court, the signatories, or other parties.

(Added effective September 1, 2012.)