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With nearly all of Kentucky’s 120 counties in the “red zone” related to average daily coronavirus cases per population, the Kentucky Supreme Court has replaced and extended two prior mandates regarding in-person court appearances. Administrative Order 2020-71 replaces Administrative Order 2020-63, while Administrative Order 2020-72 replaces Administrative Order 2020-64.
These Orders become effective November 30, 2020 and apply to all Kentucky counties. Most notably, entrance to judicial facilities will be reduced, hearings will be conducted remotely whenever possible, jury trials will be suspended until February 1, 2021 and judicial foreclosure sales will be conducted either remotely or outside and in accordance with CDC guidelines.
The above information provided by PLG attorney, Ellen Fornash, licensed in OH, KY and MI.
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