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For the purpose of publishing notice required by Utah law, a “newspaper of general circulation” means a newspaper that:
(1) has a bona fide subscription list of not less than 200 subscribers in this state;
(2) has been published for 18 months or longer; and
(3)(a) has been eligible for mailing under a United States Postal Service periodicals permit for at least 12 months; or
(b)(i) publishes at least 12 issues in each year; and
(ii) is composed of, as a percentage of each issue's total content not including inserts and special sections, at least 25% content that:
(A) the newspaper receives no compensation to publish; and
(B) is of local or general interest.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Utah Code Title 45. Publication and Broadcasting § 45-1-201. Newspapers “of general circulation”--Requirements - last updated May 05, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ut/title-45-publication-and-broadcasting/ut-code-sect-45-1-201.html
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