North Dakota Century Code Title 46. Printing Laws § 46-05-01. Newspapers qualified to do legal printing--File copies with state historical society--Publishing notices in adjoining county
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Before any newspaper in this state is qualified to publish any legal notice or any matter required by law to be printed or published in some newspaper in the state, or any public notice for any political subdivision within this state, the newspaper must:
1. Have been established in a regular and continuous circulation of at least one year, with a bona fide subscription list of at least one hundred fifty regular subscribers;
2. Be nonsectarian and printed in English; and
3. Have been admitted to the United States mails and have complied with the requirements of the federal laws governing periodicals mailing privileges for at least one year.
The owner or publisher of each legal newspaper shall send to the state historical society, to the address designated by the director, one copy of each issue of the newspaper. In a county in which no newspaper is published, any notice required by law to be published may be published in a newspaper published in an adjoining county and having a general circulation in the county.
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