MEC Privacy Rule Amended

June 17, 2016 § Leave a comment

The MSSC yesterday struck MEC Administrative Procedures Section 9.A.5, which addresses what information must be redacted or omitted from pleadings and other filings with the court. The stricken provision read as follows:

5. Home addresses to the city and state. All addresses shall be limited to the city and state. No street addresses or apartment numbers should be used.

That should come as a relief to most lawyers and judges who have been scratching their heads over how to get process issued in any meaningful way.

 

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