What Does "Minute Order" Mean In A Proceeding?
Asked Sep 12, 2007, 12:04 PM
I'm keeping an eye on my sister's boyfriend's divorce proceeding. In his opinion, his divorce was supposed to be finalized early last August. When that didn't happen, he said "early September". He was scheduled for a hearing this past Monday and yesterday, but the record now shows/states, "Minute Order". Does that mean one or both attorneys, or the judge, want to review all of the minutes of the proceedings before they continue? Thanks for any insight. :confused: