(a) Request for written procedures for filing a tribal court protective order.
At the request of any tribal court located within the county, a court must adopt a written procedure or local rule to permit the fax or electronic filing of any tribal court protective order that is entitled to be registered under Family Code section 6404.
(b) Process for registration of order.
The written procedure or local rule developed in consultation with the local tribal court or courts must provide a process for:
(1) The tribal court or courts to contact a representative of the superior court to inform him or her that a request for registration of a tribal court protective order will be made;
(2) Confirmation of receipt of the request for registration of the order; and
(3) Return of copies of the registered order to the tribal court or the protected person.
(c) No filing fee required.
In accordance with Family Code section 6404(b), no fee may be charged for the fax or electronic filing registration of a tribal court protective order.
(d) Facsimile coversheet.
The Fax Transmission Cover Sheet for Registration of Tribal Court Protective Order (form DV-610) or similar cover sheet established by written procedure or local rule must be used when fax filing a tribal court protective order. The cover sheet must be the first page transmitted, to be followed by any special handling instructions needed to ensure that the document will comply with local rules. Neither the cover sheet nor the special handling instructions are to be filed in the case. The court is not required to keep a copy of the cover sheet.
Rule 5.386 adopted effective July 1, 2012.
Title 5, Family and Juvenile Rules-Division 1, Family Rules-Chapter 12, Separate Trials (Bifurcation) and Interlocutory Appeals; adopted January 1, 2013.
Title 5, Family and Juvenile Rules-Division 1, Family Rules-Chapter 12, Separate Trials (Bifurcation) and Interlocutory Appeals-Article 1, Separate Trials; adopted January 1, 2013.