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2006 Minnesota Statutes
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If issues of fact are raised, they must be tried by the court without a jury. The court may
grant a postponement of the trial on its own motion or at the request of a party if it determines
that postponements are necessary to enable a party to procure necessary witnesses or evidence. A
postponement must be for no more than ten days except by consent of all appearing parties.
History: 1999 c 199 art 1 s 63
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