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Order For Change Of Venue Pursuant To Colorado Rules Of Civil Procedure 98(c)(1) And 98(e) JDF 1324 - Colorado

Order For Change Of Venue Pursuant To Colorado Rules Of Civil Procedure 98(c)(1) And 98(e) Form. This is a Colorado form and can be used in Domestic Relations Statewide .
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District Court ___________________________ County, Colorado Court Address: In re: The Marriage of: The Civil Union of: Parental Responsibilities concerning: ______________________________________________________ Petitioner: and Co-Petitioner/Respondent: COURT USE ONLY Case Number: Division Courtroom ORDER FOR CHANGE OF VENUE PURSUANT TO COLORADO RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE 98(c)(1) and 98(e) This matter having come before this Court on Petitioner's Co-Petitioner's/Respondent's Motion to Change Venue to _______________________________County, Colorado, THE COURT FINDS that the requirements of Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure 98(c)(1) and 98(e) are met by the change. THE COURT ORDERS THAT the venue of the above-entitled action shall be changed _______________________________ County, to ______________________________County, Colorado. from IT IS FURTHER ORDERED THAT the Clerk of Court shall transfer the file to the receiving county. Date: _________________________________ ______________________________________ Judge Magistrate CERTIFICATE OF MAILING I certify that on ___________________ (date), I mailed this Order to the following: Petitioner Petitioner's Attorney Co-Petitioner/Respondent Co-Petitioner's/Respondent's Attorney _________________________________________ Clerk JDF 1324 7/13 ORDER FOR CHANGE OF VENUE PURSUANT TO RULES 98(c)(1) and 98(e) © 2013 Colorado Judicial Department for use in the Courts of Colorado American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com
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