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Superior Court Seeks Comment on Amendments to Rules of Civil Procedure

January 10, 2022

The D.C. Superior Court Rules Committee has completed its review of proposed amendments to Superior Court Rules of Civil Procedure 8, 40-III, 55, and 56. The changes highlight new requirements included in emergency, temporary, and permanent legislation amending D.C. Code § 28-3814 (Debt collection).

The Rules Committee will recommend approval of the amendments by the Superior Court Board of Judges unless, after consideration of comments from the bar and the public, they are modified or withdrawn. View the full text of the notice, including the language of the proposed changes here . Written comments must be submitted by February 11 via email to [email protected] or by mail to:

Laura M. L. Wait
Associate General Counsel
District of Columbia Courts
500 Indiana Avenue, NW, Room 6715
Washington, DC 20001

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