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Hawaii Court Rules: Orders of Amendment Listing – 2013

This listing consists of orders of amendment to various court rules issued by the Hawai‘i Supreme Court that became effective in 2013. These electronic orders may contain computer-generated errors or other deviations from the official order filed in the Office of the Chief Clerk, Supreme Court of Hawai‘i. The Supreme Court Law Library maintains the online listing and in case of any discrepancies, the order as filed in the Clerk’s Office controls.

These orders have already been incorporated into the main body of the rules.

NOTE: All links are in pdf format Download Adobe Reader.  Documents are ADA compliant unless otherwise noted.

Last Updated:  July 1, 2013
Effective Date Rule Number Rule Title Filed Date
01/01/2013 17(d)(6)(A) Rules of The Supreme Court 10/03/2012
01/01/2013 Forms 29, 29-A, 29-B, 29-C, & 29-D Hawaii Rules of Civil Procedure 10/15/2012
01/01/2013 Form 3 Hawaii Rules of Appellate Procedure 10/15/2012
01/01/2013 10.3 Rules of The Supreme Court 10/15/2012
01/01/2013 2.2 Rules of the Circuit Court of Hawaii 10/23/2012
01/01/2013 2.2 Rules of the District Court of Hawaii 10/23/2012
01/01/2013 Forms 29, 29-A, & 29-D Hawaii Rules of Civil Procedure 10/24/2012
01/01/2013 2.16 Rules of the Supreme Court 10/26/2012
01/01/2013 Appendix B Hawaii Rules of Appellate Procedure 12/19/2012
07/01/2013 5, 9(a), 81, 102, & 103 Hawaii Probate Rules 02/05/2013
07/01/2013 2.8 Rules of the Supreme Court of Hawaii 02/20/2013
03/04/2013 2.7e Rules of the Supreme Court of Hawaii 03/04/2013
07/01/2013 Form 31 Hawaii Rules of Civil Procedure 04/12/2013
07/01/2013 14.2 Hawaii Rules of Certification of Spoken  and Sign Language Interprters 04/12/2013
07/01/2013 41 Hawaii Rules of Penal Procedure 06/14/2013
07/01/2013 2 Rules of the Supreme Court of Hawaii 06/25/2013

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