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February 06, 2017

MSC grants second MOAA on whether an order denying a motion to change schools is a postjudgment order affecting the custody of a minor

In Ozimek v Rodgers, No. 154776, the Michigan Supreme Court granted mini-oral argument as to whether an order denying the plaintiff mother’s motion to change the school was “a postjudgment order affecting the custody of a minor” and therefore a “final order” under MCR 7.202(6)(a)(iii).  The mini-oral argument is scheduled to occur in the same session when the Court will hear oral argument in Marik v Marik, No. 154549.
 
To view our previous post on the Court of Appeals’ decision, click here.    
 

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