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16-3-11. Grounds for declaration of judicial emergency. A judicial emergency may be declared to exist if an emergency or natural disaster substantially endangers or infringes upon the normal functioning of the judicial system, the ability of persons to avail themselves of the judicial system, the ability of litigants or others to have access to the courts, or to meet schedules or time deadlines imposed by court order or rule, statute, or administrative rule.

Source: SL 2007, ch 132, § 1.