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Legal Information: North Dakota
Updated: February 25, 2019
14-07.1-02.1. Allegation of domestic violence - Effect
If the court finds that a party’s allegation of domestic violence in a domestic violence protection order proceeding, divorce proceeding, child custody proceeding, child visitation proceeding, separation proceeding, or termination of parental rights proceeding is false and not made in good faith, the court shall order the party making the false allegation to pay court costs and reasonable attorney’s fees incurred by the other party in responding to the allegation.
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