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Civil Procedure, Injunctions, Appeals, and Judicial Elaboration Act
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Short Title Civil Procedure, Injunctions, Appeals, and Judicial Elaboration Act
Long Title A Law to provide for distinguished and defined rules of civil procedure within the judicial system, establish

procedures for injunctions from the judiciary, conclusively define standing with regards to sufficiency for trial, create a Clerk of the Courts, and create clear rules for appeals.

Enacted May 20, 2015
Codification
Law Number 2015-II-1
UTC Parts(s) Amended 6 UTC
Legislative History
  • Framer(s): Edward Stenbach; Theodore Crown
  • Cosponsor(s): Clark McDearny; John Brayer, Leonard Misset
  • Passed the Executive Branch by a vote of 9 to 0 (2 Executives abstaining/absent) on May 15, 2015
  • Tabled to the Administration by Speaker Luke Cannon on May 16, 2015
  • Passed by the Administration by a vote of 7 to 0 (1 Administrator(s) abstaining/absent) on May 20, 2015


The Civil Procedure, Injunctions, Appeals, and Judicial Elaboration Act was a massive piece of legislation proposed at the onset of 2015-II that set up rules of civil procedure, created rules for injunctions, set up procedure for appealing cases, and liberalized the authority of the judicial branch in setting document standards and creating the position of Clerk of the Courts. At 4,700 words, the bill was the largest ever past at the time of its passage.

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