Utah Administrative Code
Health
Title R436 - Center for Health Data, Vital Records and Statistics.
Rule R436-5 - New Birth Certificates After Legitimation, Court Determination of Paternity, or Adoption.
R436-5-4 - Court Determination of Paternity.

Universal Citation: UT Admin Code R 436-5-4

(1) A person whose parentage has been determined by court order, or his legal representative, may obtain a new birth certificate by presenting a certified copy of the court order to the State Registrar along with the required fee. The Registrar shall prepare the new birth certificate with the full name of the person as specified in the court order. If the court order does not specify the name to be placed on the birth certificate, the State Registrar shall prepare the new birth certificate with the name as listed on the original birth certificate.

(2) If the court order does not specify the name to be placed on the birth certificate and if the original birth certificate does not list the name of the person, the State Registrar shall prepare the new birth certificate without a name. A person whose parentage has been determined by court order and whose new birth certificate does not list his name, or his legal representative, may seek amendment of the new birth certificate pursuant to the provisions of R436-3-2.

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