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RULE 6. Notice of Judgment and Disposition
A. The First Circuit clerk's office shall issue a "Notice of Judgment and Disposition" (Notice) to comply with the provisions of Unitorm Rules 2-16.5, 2-17.1, 2-17.2, 2-20, and 4-6.
B. The Notice shall contain the names and United States mailing addresses of all counsel of record, parties not represented by counsel, and the trial judge or equivalent.
C. The Notice shall certify that the Notice itself and a copy of the disposition were transmitted to the persons named therein by the method of transmission certified as follows:
1) If the person's email address or facsimile number is NOT printed on the Notice under the person's United States mailing address, the transmission was sent by United States Postal Service.
2) If the person's email address is printed on the Notice under the person's United States mailing address, the transmission was sent to the designated email address.
3) If the person's facsimile number is printed on the Notice under the person's United States mailing address, the transmission was sent by facsimile to that number.
D. The clerk's office will transmit the Notice and a copy of the disposition via U. S. mail or email in all instances except when the clerk's office is directed to transmit the document via facsimile at the number supplied to the clerk in a court-determined emergency or expedited situation.
E. The clerk will transmit the Notice and a copy of the disposition via only one of the allowable methods provided in the statutes and in court rules, that is: by United States mail, by email, or by facsimile.
Adopted December 5, 2012, effective January 1, 2013.
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