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TITLE XXX: OCCUPATIONS AND PROFESSIONS

CIVIL RULES (Rules 3.1 to 3.27)
Rule 3.1. Writs.
Rule 3.2. Entry of actions.
Rule 3.3. Court fees.
Rule 3.4. Attachment procedures (RSA 511-A).
Rule 3.5. Court records (dockets).
Rule 3.6. Appearance, general and special.
Rule 3.7. Specifications.
Rule 3.8. Amendments.
Rule 3.9. Third party practice.
Rule 3.10. Special pleas and brief statements.
Rule 3.11. Motions.
Rule 3.12. Sessions of Court-Continuances and postponements.
Rule 3.13. Settlement agreement.
Rule 3.14. Orders of notice.
Rule 3.15. Dismissal of old cases.
Rule 3.16. Admission of relevant facts, genuineness of docs and signatures.
Rule 3.17. Filing and withdrawing papers.
Rule 3.18. Paying money into court.
Rule 3.19. Agreement as to undisputed facts.
Rule 3.20. Procedure during trial.
Rule 3.21. Procedure after trial.
Rule 3.22. Trustees.  [Repealed.]
Rule 3.23. Taxation of costs in civil proceedings.
Rule 3.24. Petition for approval of settlement on behalf of minors.
Rule 3.25. Dismissal for failure to appear.
Rule 3.26. Rendition of decision.
Rule 3.27. Ordering weekly payments on judgments.

 

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RULES OF THE DISTRICT COURTS

GENERAL RULES (Rules 1.1 to 1.25)
Rule 1.1. Relief from failure to comply.
Rule 1.1A. Computation and extension of time.
Rule 1.2. Violation of rules.
Rule 1.3. Attorneys.
Rule 1.3-A. Pleadings – copies to all parties.
Rule 1.4. Regulation of conduct in the courtroom.
Rule 1.5. Interpreters.
Rule 1.6. Clerks office and judges chambers.
Rule 1.7. Argument of counsel.
Rule 1.8. Motions.
Rule 1.8-A. Continuances and postponements.
Rule 1.8-B. Grounds for continuance.
Rule 1.9. Depositions and use of video tape depositions.
Rule 1.10. Written interrogatories.
Rule 1.11. Appeals to the Supreme Court.
Rule 1.12. Court sessions.
Rule 1.13. Disbursements.
Rule 1.14. Dockets.
Rule 1.15. Repealed, effective March 1, 1990.
Rule 1.16. Attendance of clerks.
Rule 1.17. Exhibits.
Rule 1.18. Repealed, effective September 1, 2008.
Rule 1.19. Sound Recordings of Proceedings.
Rule 1.20. Uniform Forms.
Rule 1.21. Periodic Payments.
Rule 1.22. Formal proof of highway waived unless demanded.
Rule 1.23. Exceptions unnecessary.
Rule 1.24. Protection of children in sex-related cases.
Rule 1.25. Untimely-filed guardian ad litem reports.
Rule 1.26. Access to Confidential Records — Fees and Notice.

RULES OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
RULES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
NEW HAMPSHIRE SUPERIOR COURT ADMINISTRATIVE RULES

RULES OF THE DISTRICT COURTS OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

RULES OF THE PROBATE COURTS OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

RULES OF THE FAMILY DIVISION OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
RULES OF EVIDENCE
NEW HAMPSHIRE RULES OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT
SYSTEM-WIDE GUARDIAN AD LITEM APPLICATION, CERTIFICATION AND PRACTICE RULES
Model Charge: Burden Of Proof Presumption Of Innocence, Reasonable Doubt
Guidelines for Public Access to Court Records
Superior Court Administrative Orders

District Court Administrative Orders
Probate Court Administrative Orders
Family Division Administrative Orders

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RULES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT

OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

PREFACE AND WRITS  (Preface and Rule 1)
ENTRY OF ACTIONS
(Rules 2-9)
DOCKETS
(Rules 10-11)
COMPUTATION AND EXTENSION OF TIME
(Rule 12)
TRIAL ASSIGNMENT CALENDAR
(Rule 13)
APPEARANCES, GENERAL AND SPECIAL
(Rules 14-15)
ATTORNEYS
(Rules 16-22)
SPECIFICATIONS
(Rule 23)
AMENDMENTS
(Rules 24-26)
THIRD PARTY PRACTICE
(Rule 27)
CLASS ACTIONS
(Rule 27-A)
SPECIAL PLEAS AND BRIEF STATEMENT
(Rules 28-33)
SCIRE FACIAS
(Rule 34 — Repealed)
GENERAL PROVISIONS GOVERNING DISCOVERY
(Rule 35)
WRITTEN INTERROGATORIES
(Rules 36 to 36-A)
DEPOSITIONS
(Rules 37-44)
USE OF VIDEO TAPE DEPOSITIONS
(Rules 45 to 45-A)
CONTINUANCES, POSTPONEMENTS AND SETTLEMENTS
(Rules 46-52)
ADMISSION OF RELEVANT FACTS, GENUINENESS OF DOCUMENTS AND SIGNATURES
(Rules 53-54)
FILING AND WITHDRAWING PAPERS
(Rules 55-56)
MOTIONS
(Rules 57 to 59-A)
PAYING MONEY INTO COURT
(Rules 60-61)
JUROR QUESTIONNAIRE DISSEMINATION
(Rule 61-A)
UNTIMELY-FILED GUARDIAN AD LITEM REPORTS
(Rule 61-B)
PRETRIAL PROCEDURES AND PRETRIAL SETTLEMENT CONFERENCES
(Rule 62)
STANDING PRETRIAL ORDERS
(Rule 63)
PROCEDURE DURING TRIAL
(Rules 64-72)
PROCEDURE AFTER TRIAL
(Rules 73-77)
EXCEPTIONS UNNECESSARY
(Rule 77-A)
COMMUNICATION WITH JURORS
(Rule 77-B)
PHOTOGRAPHING, RECORDING AND BROADCASTING
(Rule 78)
TRANSFER OF CASES TO THE SUPREME COURT
(Rules 79-80)
TRIALS BEFORE AUDITORS, MASTERS AND REFEREES
(Rules 81 to 85-A)
TRUSTEES
(Rule 86 — Repealed)
TAXATION OF COSTS IN CIVIL PROCEEDINGS
(Rules 87-88)
FORMAL PROOF OF HIGHWAY WAIVED UNLESS DEMANDED
(Rule 89)
FEES IN CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS
(Rule 90)
APPOINTMENT OF COUNSEL IN CRIMINAL CASES
(Rule 91)
MULTIPLE REPRESENTATION OF CRIMINAL DEFENDANTS
(Rule 91-A)
APPEALS IN CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS
(Rules 92-93)
MINOR VICTIMS OR WITNESSES-SEX-RELATED CASES
(Rule 93-A)
SOUND RECORDINGS OF DISTRICT COURT PROCEEDINGS
(Rule 93-B)
CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS
(Rule 94)
CRIMINAL CONTEMPT
(Rule 95)
REQUESTS FOR CONTINUANCES OR POSTPONEMENTS
(Rules 96 to 96-A)
ENTRY OF NOT GUILTY PLEA AND WAIVER OF FORMAL ARRAIGNMENT
(Rule 97)
JOINDER OF OFFENSES (Rule 97-A)
DISCOVERY
(Rules 98 to 99-A)
NOTICE OF ALIBI
(Rule 100)
PRIOR SEXUAL ACTIVITY
(Rule 100-A)
NOTICE OF CRIMINAL DEFENSE
(Rule 101)
FURNISHING BACKGROUND MATERIAL TO PSYCHIATRIC PERSONNEL ERFORMING AN EVALUATION
(Rule 102)
PLAIN ERROR
(Rule 102-A)
SUBDIVISION OF SUSPENDED SENTENCE
(Rules 103 to 103-A)
PAYMENT OF FINES
(Rule 104)
PROCEDURE AFTER CONVICTION IN CRIMINAL CASE
(Rule 105)
TERMS OF CONDITIONAL DISCHARGE
(Rule 106)
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PROBATION
(Rule 107)
APPLICATION TO ANNUL RECORD OF CONVICTION AND SENTENCE
(Rule 108)
INTERPRETERS
(Rule 109)
NATURALIZATION
(Rule 110)
PETITION FOR APPROVAL OF SETTLEMENT ON BEHALF OF MINORS
(Rule 111)
PROBATION REPORTS
(Rule 112)
CONSOLIDATION OF ACTIONS
(Rule 113)
PRESENCE OF COUNSEL DURING JURY DELIBERATION
(Rules 114-115)
RULES FOR REGULATING THE PRACTICE IN EQUITY
(Rule 116)
BILLS AND PETITIONS
(Rules 117-121)
PETITION TO REMOVE CLOUDS FROM TITLE
(Rule 122)
SPECIAL SCHOOL AND TOWN MEETINGS
(Rule 123)
ENTRY, ORDER AND SERVICE
(Rules 124-129)
SERVICE OF UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION APPEAL CITATIONS
(Rule 130 — epealed)
ANSWERS AND DEMURRERS
(Rules 131-134)
AMENDMENTS
(Rules 135-136)
REPLICATIONS
(Rule 137)
HEARINGS
(Rule 138)
NEW PARTIES
(Rule 139)
SECURITY FOR COSTS
(Rule 140)
INTERLOCUTORY ORDERS
(Rule 141)
CONTEMPT AND ARREST
(Rules 142-143)
DIVORCE
(Rules 144-160 — Repealed.  See Superior Court Rules 172-213.)
INJUNCTIONS
(Rules 161-163)
PREPARATION OF EX PARTE DECREES
(Rule 164)
RECEIVERS
(Rule 165)
DISSOLUTION OF BUSINESS CORPORATIONS
(Rule 166)
APPROVAL OF LUMP SUM SETTLEMENT IN WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION CASES
Rule 167)
DISMISSAL OF OLD NON-JURY CASES
(Rule 168)
EES
(Rule 169)
ACCESS TO CONFIDENTIAL RECORDS — FEES AND NOTICE (Rule 169-A)
ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION (ADR)
(Rule 170)
ARBITRATION BY AGREEMENT
(Rule 170-A)
JUDGE-CONDUCTED INTENSIVE MEDIATION (Rule 170-B)
SUMMARY JURY TRIAL
(Rule 171)
RULES FOR REGULATING THE PRACTICE IN DOMESTIC RELATIONS
(Rules 172-213)
SENTENCE REVIEW DIVISION RULES

RULES AND PROCEDURES TO IMPLEMENT ATTACHMENT LAW (RSA 511-A)

PROCEDURES UNDER RSA 524:6-a

APPENDIX

New Hampshire Statutes

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