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1965 Rep. Advisory Comm. on Civ. Rules 1 (1965)

handle is hein.usfed/adcvru0012 and id is 1 raw text is: June 10, 1965

To the Chairman and Members of the Standing Committee on
Practice and Procedure of the Judicial Conference of the
United States:
I. The Advisory Committee Recommends Adoption
of the Amendments Appearing as Part II of
Preliminary Draft of Prooosed Amendments
to Rules of Civil Procedure for the United
States District Courts (March 1964), as
The Standing Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure in
March 1964 published and circulated to the bench and bar a Preliminary
Draft of various Civil Rules amendments, inviting comments and criti-
cisms which were to be submitted by Aoril 1, 1965. Part II of the
Preliminary Draft set forth amendments originated by the Advisory
Committee on Civil Rules. At its meeting on Nay 14, 15, and 17,
1965, the Advisory Committee considered the communications received
from the bench and bar and also reexamined various points at the
suggestion of members of the Committee. After full discussion, the
Advisory Committee voted a number of changes of text and notes.
The Advisory Committee now recommends to the Standing Committee
the adoption of Part II of the March 1964 Preliminary Draft, as
revised. This material aopears as Exhibit A annexed hereto.
For the further information of the Standing Committee, circular
letters from the reporters to the Advisory Committee, dated April 21
and April 28, 1965 (with enclosures), commenting on communications
received, are also presented.   These are annexed hereto as Exhibits
B and C. Also annexed, marked Exhibit D, is a statement by
Mr. John P. Frank, a member of the Committee, dissenting from the
proposal on Rule 19, and from part of the proposal on Rule 23.
Additional communications were received after April 28, 1965.

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