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Legal Statutes: Montana

UPDATED July 16, 2017

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Part 3. Jurisdiction, Venue, and Appeal--Registration of Orders

back to top40-15-302. Appeal to district court -- order to remain in effect

(1) An order issued by a justice's court, municipal court, or city court pursuant to 40-15-201 is immediately reviewable by the district judge upon the filing of a notice of appeal. The district judge may affirm, dissolve, or modify an order of a justice's court, municipal court, or city court made pursuant to 40-15-201 or 40-15-204.

(2) A case in which an order has been issued by a justice's court, municipal court, or city court pursuant to 40-15-201 or 40-15-204 may be removed to district court upon filing of a notice of removal.

(3) If a temporary order of protection or an order of protection issued by a court of limited jurisdiction is appealed or removed to an appellate court, the order continues in full force and effect unless modified by the appellate court.
En. Sec. 28, Ch. 350, L. 1995; amd. Sec. 4, Ch. 484, L. 1997.