N.D. law change allows digital newspaper editions to satisfy legal notice requirements


A change in North Dakota law that went into effect Aug. 1 allows electronic facsimiles of actual newspapers to satisfy requirements for publishing legal notices units of government use for notifying the public about a variety of things, from meeting times to sheriff auctions.

And now, all electronic editions of newspapers published in North Dakota by Forum Communications Co., which publishes The Forum, are able to satisfy the requirements for legal notices.

That's according to Devlyn Brooks, president of Modulist, an FCC subsidiary that processes community content used by FCC, including things like legal notices and obituaries.

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