Title 201--RULES OF JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION
[ 201 PA. CODE CH. 7 ]
Amendment of Rule 701(A)(3) of the Rules of Judicial Administration; No. 310; Judicial Administration Doc. No. 1
[37 Pa.B. 6385]
[Saturday, December 8, 2007]
And Now, this 20th day of November, 2007, Rule 701(A)(3) of the Pennsylvania Rules of Judicial Administration is amended to read as follows.
To the extent that notice of proposed rulemaking would be required by Rule 103 of the Pennsylvania Rules of Judicial Administration or otherwise, the immediate amendment of Rule 701(A)(3) is hereby found to be required in the interest of justice and efficient administration.
This Order shall be effective immediately and shall be processed in accordance with Rule 103(b) of the Pennsylvania Rules of Judicial Administration.
TITLE 201. RULES OF JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION
CHAPTER 7. ASSIGNMENT OF JUDGES
ASSIGNMENT AND TRANSFER OF JUDGES
Rule 701. Assignment of judges to courts.
(A) [ Conditions Applicable for the Certification of Senior District Justices, Judges or Justices.tices ] Conditions applicable for the certification of senior magisterial district judges, judges or justices.
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(3) Senior status shall end on the last day of the calendar year in which a magisterial district judge, judge or justice attains age [seventy-five] seventy-eight; however, those serving in senior status as of the effective date of this rule who were previously excepted from the age seventy-five limitation pursuant to the amendment of January 1, 1999 may continue to serve until the last day of the calendar year in which they attain age eighty.
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[Pa.B. Doc. No. 07-2193. Filed for public inspection December 7, 2007, 9:00 a.m.]
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