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Alabama Rules of Civil Procedure

The Alabama Rules of Civil Procedure were enacted by the Alabama Supreme Court to govern civil law practice in Alabama.  The rules posted below are current through the 2010 amendments.  We have posted the text of all of the rules as well as the committee comments, but we have not included the forms or the appendixes at this time.

The following links contain the text of each of the Alabama Rules of Civil Procedure:

I. SCOPE OF RULES — ONE FORM OF ACTION

II. COMMENCEMENT OF ACTION; SERVICE OF PROCESS, PLEADINGS, MOTIONS, AND ORDERS

III. PLEADINGS AND MOTIONS

IV. PARTIES

V. DEPOSITIONS AND DISCOVERY

VI. TRIALS

VII. JUDGMENT

VIII. PROVISIONAL AND FINAL REMEDIES AND SPECIAL PROCEEDINGS

IX. APPEALS

  • Rule 72-76. [Omitted]

X. CIRCUIT COURTS AND CLERKS

XI. GENERAL PROVISIONS

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