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Rule 17. Parties Plaintiff and Defendant-Capacity.

(Adopted by SCO 5 October 9, 1959; amended by SCO 49 effective January 1, 1963, by SCO 258 effective November 15, 1976; by SCO 465 effective June 1, 1981; and by SCO 1277 effective July 15, 1997)

EDITOR'S NOTE: Section 30, Chapter 63, Session Laws of Alaska 1977, provides that "Section 3 of this Act [Chapter 63, Session Laws of Alaska 1977] has the effect of limiting the discretionary authority of the court to appoint a guardian ad litem under Rule 17(b), Alaska Rules of Civil Procedure, and Rules 11(a) and 15, Alaska Rules of Children's Procedure, by requiring as a condition of appointment that the court find that the best interests of the child need articulation. Further, this Act requires limitation of the duration of the appointment, limits the scope of the guardian ad litem's authority, and establishes the geographical area from which the guardian ad litem may be selected."

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