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SRPE Rule 4A (Rules of Small Claims Procedure)

 

Rule 4A. Defendant's removal to district court.
Rule printed on August 15, 2022 at 3:38 am. Go to https://www.utcourts.gov/rules for current rules.
Effective: 7/18/2016

(a) To exercise the right to a jury trial, a defendant shall:

(a)(1) Within 15 days of being served with the affidavit, file notice of removal in the district court;

(a)(2) pay the appropriate filing fee, unless waived by the district court; and

(a)(3) file a copy of the notice of removal in the small claims court, with the number of the district court case, and proof of service.

(b) Upon filing the notice of removal, the clerk of the justice court shall close its case and the matter shall continue in district court under the Utah Rules of Civil Procedure.

(c) If a case is not removed to district court pursuant to this rule, the right to a jury trial in the first instance is waived and the matter, including any appeal, shall proceed according to these rules.


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