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Rule 35. Physical and Mental Examination of Persons.

(Adopted by SCO 5 October 9, 1959; amended by SCO 158 effective February 15, 1973; by SCO 1122 effective July 15, 1993; and by SCO 1295 effective January 15, 1998)
NOTE: Ch. 69, § 3, SLA 1989, provided that AS 25.20.050(e), enacted by ch. 69, § 1, SLA 1989, amended Civil Rule 35 by requiring the court, in action in which paternity is contested and to which the state is a party, to order certain genetic tests on the request of a party.
NOTE: Sections 38 and 41 of ch. 87 SLA 1997 amend AS 25.20.050 relating to paternity actions. According to § 149 of the Act, §§ 38 and 41 have the effect of amending Civil Rule 35 by requiring the court to order genetic testing in contested paternity actions in certain circumstances and preventing the court from ordering such testing if good cause is shown.

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