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The provisions of Title 78A, Judiciary and Judicial Administration, and Title 78B, Judicial Code, are considered a continuation of the previous Title 78, Judicial Code. No loss of rights, interruption of jurisdiction, or prejudice to matters pending in any court on February 7, 2008, shall result from the enactment of Title 78A, Judiciary and Judicial Administration, and Title 78B, Judicial Code. With respect to the organization of the courts, the offices of all officers and employees, shall be construed as continuations of the previous Title 78, Judicial Code. The tenure of justices, judges, justices of the peace, officers, and employees of the courts in office on February 7, 2008, is not affected by its enactment.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Utah Code Title 78A. Judiciary and Judicial Administration § 78A-1-107. Savings clause--Recodification of Title 78 - last updated May 05, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ut/title-78a-judiciary-and-judicial-administration/ut-code-sect-78a-1-107.html
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