Civil

Proposed Amendment to Local Rules - Comments Requested by July 12, 2019.

After reviewing the court's local rules for consistency with the current federal rules, the court has determined that local civil rule CVLR 77 requires modification.  The federal rules now consider registration for electronic filing as constituting consent to service by electronic means using the transmission facilities of the court and a party may consent to electronic service by other means.  In addition, the court has retitled its administrative procedures for electronic filing, and intends to modify local criminal rule CRLR 49 to reflect this change.

General Order 18-0022

Submitted by DCGadmin on Mon, 2018-11-19 17:04
Pursuant 28 U.S.C. § 2071, and after appropriate public notice and an opportunity for comment, the District Court of Guam hereby adopts the attached updated General Local Rules of Practice and Administrative Procedures for Filing, Signing, Verification and Service of Documents by Electronic Means in Civil, Criminal, and Bankruptcy Cases, effective December 1, 2018.

SO ORDERED this 19th day of November, 2018.

  /s/  Frances Tydingco-Gatewood
 Chief District Judge
 
 

Memorandum of Circumstances and Authorities Relating to Abnormal Socio-Economic Influences in the Territory of Guam from the Treaty of Paris (1898) through August 23, 1963

This document is provided to the public as a document of general historical interest to the people of Guam and others.  It was filed on August 12, 1981 by Mr. John A. Bohn in the civil case 77-cv-00072 "In the matter of land cases filed under the provisions of the Omnibus Territories Act of 1977."

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