MI Rules MCR 5.109
Michigan Compiled Laws Annotated Currentness
Michigan Court Rules of 1985
Chapter 5. Probate Court (Refs & Annos)
Subchapter 5.100. General Rules of Pleading and Practice
RULE 5.109 NOTICE OF GUARDIANSHIP PROCEEDINGS CONCERNING INDIAN CHILD
If an Indian child is the subject of a guardianship proceeding and an Indian tribe does not have exclusive jurisdiction as defined in MCR 3.002(2):
(1) in addition to any other service requirements, the petitioner shall notify the parent or Indian custodian and the Indian child's tribe, by personal service or by registered mail with return receipt requested, of the pending proceedings on a petition to establish guardianship over the Indian child and of their right of intervention on a form approved by the State Court Administrative Office. If the identity or location of the parent or Indian custodian, or of the tribe, cannot be determined, notice shall be given to the Secretary of the Interior by registered mail with return receipt requested.
(2) the court shall notify the parent or Indian custodian and the Indian child's tribe of all other hearings pertaining to the guardianship proceeding as provided in MCR 5.105. If the identity or location of the parent or Indian custodian, or of the tribe, cannot be determined, notice of the hearings shall be given to the Secretary of the Interior. Such notice may be made by first-class mail.
[Adopted February 2, 2010, effective May 1, 2010, 485 Mich.]
Current with amendments received through January 1, 2011.
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