Pursuant to Congressional mandate (P.L. Default 4:43-1. Every affidavit shall run in the first … Court Rule 1:9-1 specifically states that “a subpoena may be issued by the clerk of the court or by an attorney or party in the name of the clerk.” [Emphasis added.] 1:9-1. FOREWORD - 1997 Revision . Supreme Court relaxes live classroom requirement for continuing legal education -- Read the Order. The New Jersey Lawyers' Fund for Client Protection, an entity of the Supreme Court of New Jersey, exists under the authority of Rule 1:28.It was established to reimburse clients who have suffered a loss due to dishonest conduct of a member of the New Jersey Bar. Sylvia B. Pressler, formerly New Jersey's Presiding Judge for Administration and Presiding Judge, Part E, Superior Court, Appellate Division, was widely recognized as the leading commentator on New Jersey's Court Rules. New Jersey Court Rule 1:9 governs the issuance of subpoenas. If a party against whom a judgment for affirmative relief is sought has failed to plead or otherwise defend as provided by these rules or court order, or if the answer has been stricken with prejudice, the clerk shall enter a default on the docket as to such party. RULE 77.1 COURT SESSION ... For the Court . This office shall be responsible for recommending the entry of orders or judgments in uncontested foreclosure matters pursuant to R. 4:64-1 and R. 4:64-7 subject to the approval of a Superior Court Judge designated by the Chief Justice. NJ Court Rule 1:4-4(c) was recently revised to clarify that affidavits and certifications may be sent by fax, PDF, or any similar format. The changes in the rule are highlighted below: NJ Court Rule 1:4-4: Affidavits (a) Form. Judge Pressler was first appointed to the Bergen County Court in 1973 and to the Superior Court of New Jersey in 1976. For Attendance of Witnesses; Forms; Issuance; Notice in Lieu of Subpoena. The revision also removes the requirement of an additional attorney certification. October 1, 1984 . Entry of Default. There shall be an Office of Foreclosure within the Administrative Office of the Courts. ELECTRONIC FILING SYSTEM - SUPREME COURT RELAXATION OF RULE 1 :5-6 The New Jersey Judiciary's eCourts system, which is an approved electronic filing and record keeping system pursuant to Rule 1 :32-2A, is operational in Criminal!, Tax Court, foreclosure cases in General Equity, the Special Civil Part (DC cases), and Civil. 103-317), this Court, during the past six months, has divided its General Rules into Local Civil Rules and Local Criminal Rules, renumbered to correspond to their RULE 1:9. Subpoenas. Unscheduled State Court Closings; Unscheduled Municipal Court Closings; Use of Electronic Devices Guideline; Request to record or photograph a court proceeding; Rule 1:38: Public Access to Records; Supreme Court Action Plan for Ensuring Equal Justice; Follow us on social media Newark, New Jersey . Civ. A subpoena may be issued by the clerk of the court or by an attorney or party in the name of the clerk or as provided by R. R. 7:7-8 (subpoenas in certain cases in the municipal court). Since 1981, the New Jersey Supreme Court has operated a program for random audits of attorney trust and business account records to determine compliance with the Supreme Court of New Jersey's mandatory recordkeeping rule, R.1:21-6, and ethics rule RPC 1.15 ("Safekeeping Property"). RULE 4:43.