PART I. GENERAL
100. RULES AND STANDARDS WITH RESPECT TO OFFICES
OF MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT JUDGES 101  (View pdf)
150. [Reserved]  (View pdf)
200. RULES OF CONSTRUCTION; GENERAL PROVISIONS 201  (View pdf)
300. CIVIL ACTION 301  (View pdf)
400. ENFORCEMENT OF JUDGMENTS RENDERED BY MAGISTERIAL
DISTRICT JUDGES FOR THE PAYMENT OF MONEY 401  (View pdf)
500. ACTIONS FOR THE RECOVERY OF POSSESSION OF
REAL PROPERTY 501  (View pdf)
800. MINORS AND INCAPACITATED PERSONS AS PARTIES 801  (View pdf)
1000. APPEALS 1001  (View pdf)
1200. EMERGENCY RELIEF UNDER THE PROTECTION FROM
ABUSE ACT 1201
The provisions of this Part I issued under Article V, § 10(a) and (c), of the Constitution of Pennsylvania, unless otherwise noted.
The provisions of this Part I adopted October 15, 1969, effective January 1, 1970, unless otherwise noted.
And Now, this 6th day of January, 2005, in accordance with Act 207 of 2004 which changes the title of district justice to magisterial district judge, it is hereby Ordered: Pursuant to the authority set forth by Article V, Section 10(c) of the Constitution of Pennsylvania and the general supervisory and administrative authority of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania set forth by 42 Pa.C.S. Section 1701, et seq., (Judicial Code), that all references in any court rule, court order, court form (including citation), automated statewide court case management system (i.e. PACMS, CPCMS and DJS) or any other legal authority, except as provided for in Act 207, to district justice shall be deemed a reference to magisterial district judge. This Order is effective January 29, 2005. Published at 34 Pa.B. 518 (January 22, 2005)
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