Utah Administrative Code
Title R436 - Center for Health Data, Vital Records and Statistics.
Rule R436-5 - New Birth Certificates After Legitimation, Court Determination of Paternity, or Adoption.
R436-5-7 - Existing Certificate to Be Placed in a Special File.

Universal Citation: UT Admin Code R 436-5-7

Upon preparation of a new certificate under this rule, the State Registrar shall place the original certificate and the evidence upon which the new certificate was based in a sealed file. The sealed file is not be subject to inspection, except upon order of a court of competent jurisdiction or by the State Registrar for the purpose of properly administering the vital statistics program. The State Registrar shall provide a copy of the new birth certificate to the local registrar who has a copy of the original on file. Upon receipt of the new certificate, the local registrar shall replace the copy with the new certificate and return the copy to the State Registrar for destruction or destroy the local copy and so notify the State Registrar. The local registrar shall also delete or destroy index entries referring to the original certificate.

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