Form CSX 1201 Instructions - Motion to Reinstate Driver's License - Minnesota

Form CSX1201 or the "Instructions - Motion To Reinstate Driver's License" is a form issued by the Minnesota District Courts.

The form was last revised in February 1, 2016 and is available for digital filing. Download an up-to-date Form CSX1201 in PDF-format down below or look it up on the Minnesota District Courts Forms website.

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MOTION TO REINSTATE DRIVER’S LICENSE
INSTRUCTIONS
STEP 1
FILL OUT THE “NOTICE OF MOTION AND MOTION FOR REINSTATEMENT OF
DRIVER’S LICENSE” FORM
The purpose of this form is to request that the court instruct the Department of Public Safety to
reinstate your driver’s license.
The information to fill in the boxes and blanks at the top of the form can be found at the top of
your current child support order or your divorce or paternity decree, including:
• The county where your case is located (which may be different from the county where you
live).
• The number of the judicial district.
• The court file number.
• The name of the Petitioner.
• The name of the Respondent.
If you are the Petitioner in the current order or decree you will be the Petitioner in this motion. If
you are the Respondent in the current order or decree you will be the Respondent in this motion.
Fill in the name and the last known address of the other party and the county attorney’s office.
DO NOT fill in the date, time, and location of the hearing yet. You will fill in this information
as part of Step 3 below.
Fill in the name and phone number of the person to contact to settle this matter.
STEP 2
FILL OUT THE “AFFIDAVIT IN SUPPORT OF MOTION
TO REINSTATE DRIVER’S LICENSE” FORM
Fill in the top of the form the same way you did on your “Notice of Motion and Motion for
Reinstatement of Driver’s License” form.
Check the appropriate box that applies to your situation.
By signing the Affidavit under penalty of perjury, you are stating that the information in the
Affidavit is true to the best of your knowledge. Perjury is the crime of intentionally lying or
misrepresenting the truth.
Helpful materials may be found at your public county law library. For a directory, see
http://mn.gov/law-library/research-links/county-law-libraries.jsp
.
For more information, contact
your court administrator or call the Minnesota State Law Library at 651-296-2775.
CSX1201
State
ENG
Rev 2/16
www.mncourts.gov/forms
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MOTION TO REINSTATE DRIVER’S LICENSE
INSTRUCTIONS
STEP 1
FILL OUT THE “NOTICE OF MOTION AND MOTION FOR REINSTATEMENT OF
DRIVER’S LICENSE” FORM
The purpose of this form is to request that the court instruct the Department of Public Safety to
reinstate your driver’s license.
The information to fill in the boxes and blanks at the top of the form can be found at the top of
your current child support order or your divorce or paternity decree, including:
• The county where your case is located (which may be different from the county where you
live).
• The number of the judicial district.
• The court file number.
• The name of the Petitioner.
• The name of the Respondent.
If you are the Petitioner in the current order or decree you will be the Petitioner in this motion. If
you are the Respondent in the current order or decree you will be the Respondent in this motion.
Fill in the name and the last known address of the other party and the county attorney’s office.
DO NOT fill in the date, time, and location of the hearing yet. You will fill in this information
as part of Step 3 below.
Fill in the name and phone number of the person to contact to settle this matter.
STEP 2
FILL OUT THE “AFFIDAVIT IN SUPPORT OF MOTION
TO REINSTATE DRIVER’S LICENSE” FORM
Fill in the top of the form the same way you did on your “Notice of Motion and Motion for
Reinstatement of Driver’s License” form.
Check the appropriate box that applies to your situation.
By signing the Affidavit under penalty of perjury, you are stating that the information in the
Affidavit is true to the best of your knowledge. Perjury is the crime of intentionally lying or
misrepresenting the truth.
Helpful materials may be found at your public county law library. For a directory, see
http://mn.gov/law-library/research-links/county-law-libraries.jsp
.
For more information, contact
your court administrator or call the Minnesota State Law Library at 651-296-2775.
CSX1201
State
ENG
Rev 2/16
www.mncourts.gov/forms
Page 1 of 3
STEP 3
OBTAIN A HEARING DATE, TIME, AND LOCATION
FROM THE COUNTY COURT ADMINISTRATOR
• Contact the Court Administrator's Office in the county where your case is located.
• Ask the clerk to schedule a hearing date in the expedited child support process for your
motion to reinstate your driver’s license. You will need the date, time, room number, and
address for where the hearing will be held. The hearing date must be at least 17 days away
from the date the documents are mailed to the other party and the county attorney’s office.
Count the day after it is mailed as Day 1.
• Fill in the date, time, and location of the hearing on the “Notice of Motion and Motion to
Reinstate Driver’s License” form.
STEP 4
MAKE COPIES OF FORMS
After the forms are completely filled out, make three copies of your motion and three copies of
your “Affidavit in Support of Motion” form and three copies of any attachments.
Keep one copy of each form and a copy of all attachments for yourself (make sure to bring your
copies with you to court on the day of the hearing.)
STEP 5
HAVE COPIES OF THE DOCUMENTS SERVED
ON THE OTHER PARTY AND COUNTY AGENCY
You must arrange for the other party and the county attorney’s office to receive complete copies
of all documents you have prepared for the hearing. This is called “service of process.” A copy
of the motion, affidavit, and any attachments must be served upon all parties, either personally or
by mail. If the other party is represented by an attorney, the documents must be served on the
attorney instead of the party.
Personal service: documents are hand delivered to the other party personally or by leaving the
documents at the other party’s place of residence with some person who is of suitable age or
discretion who also lives at the same residence. Documents must be hand delivered upon the
other party (or his/her attorney if there is one) and the county attorney’s office at least 14 days
before the hearing date.
Mail service: documents are mailed by first class U.S. mail to the other party at least 17 days
before the hearing date.
If your documents are not timely served upon the other party (or his/her attorney) or the
county attorney’s office, your motion may not be heard by the court.
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NOTE!
YOU CANNOT HAND DELIVER OR MAIL THE DOCUMENTS
YOURSELF. YOU MUST HAVE SOMEONE ELSE OVER THE AGE OF
18 WHO IS NOT A PARTY TO THE CASE HAND DELIVER OR MAIL
THE DOCUMENTS FOR YOU.
STEP 6
COMPLETE THE “AFFIDAVIT OF SERVICE” FORM
The person who hand delivers or mails the documents must fill out an “Affidavit of Service”
form for each party served.
The person who serves the documents must sign the “Affidavit of Service” under penalty of
perjury. Perjury is the crime of intentionally lying or misrepresenting the truth.
STEP 8
FILE THE FORMS WITH COURT ADMINISTRATION
AND PAY ANY REQUIRED COURT FEE
File the documents with court administration in the county where your case is located at least 14
days prior to the scheduled hearing.
• The “Notice of Motion and Motion to Reinstate Driver’s License”
• The “Affidavit in Support of Motion to Reinstate Driver’s License”
• The “Affidavit of Service”
You must attach copies of all supporting documents to your “Affidavit in Support of Motion to
Reinstate Driver’s License”. Any documents or copies attached to the documents for the court
must also be attached to copies served on the county attorney’s office and the other party.
Court Fees
You must be prepared to pay any court fee, if applicable, at the time of filing. If you did not pay
an initial filing fee when this case first began, you will now need to pay the filing fee. If you
cannot afford to pay the fee, you may ask a child support magistrate or judge for an order
waiving the fee. You will need to fill out an In Forma Pauperis application (available from the
Court Administrator) and file it with the Court Administrator. Your application will be reviewed
by a child support magistrate or judge who will decide whether you must pay the fee. If the
magistrate or judge does not approve your request to waive the fee, you must be prepared to pay
the fee or the clerk cannot accept your forms.
STEP 8
APPEAR AT THE HEARING
Come to court on the date and time scheduled for the hearing. Be sure to bring with you your
copy of the “Notice of Motion and Motion to Reinstate Driver’s License” and “Affidavit in
Support of Motion to Reinstate Driver’s License” and all of your supporting papers.
CSX1201
State
ENG
Rev 2/16
www.mncourts.gov/forms
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