Certification to another state
The Supreme Court or the Court of Appeals of this state, on their own motion or the motion of any party, may order certification of questions of law to the highest court of any state when it appears to the certifying court that there are involved in any proceeding before the court questions of law of the receiving state which may be determinative of the cause then pending in the certifying court and it appears to the certifying court that there are no controlling precedents in the decisions of the highest court or intermediate appellate courts of the receiving state. [1983 c.103 §8]
Note: See note under 28.200 (Supreme Court authorized to answer questions of law certified by other courts).
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