Wisconsin Newspapers Legal Notices Internet Site

(iii) ensure that the Site substantially complies with the accessibility standards of Section 508 of the Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended and codified by 29 U.S.C. Section 794d; (c) The State Audit Court shall prepare a standard form for notices published on the website of a local newspaper or newspaper. (f) “Public Notice Website” means the website described in paragraph (2)(b) for the purpose of posting a legal notice online. (a) in accordance with the legislation providing for the legal obligation to notify; and (1) Unless otherwise provided by law, a legal notice shall be published in an appropriate newspaper for advertising in the territory or to the person concerned. If the law requires publication in a newspaper published in a particular municipality or region, and no newspaper is published that meets the requirements of paragraphs 985.03(1)(a) or am), the publication must be published in a newspaper that is intended to publish a notice. (11) Provide the Department of Administrative Services with a regular flow or similar data transmission of communications and advertisements published on the Website, provided that the Website Operator is not obliged to provide the feed or transmission more than once per working day. Not later than one hundred and eighty days after the coming into force of this section, in all cases where a notice or advertisement under a section of the revised Act or a by-law is required to be published in a newspaper of general circulation or in a daily law newspaper under section 2701.09 of the Revised Act, The advertisement or advertisement must also be published by the publisher of the newspaper or magazine on the official website of the publication by the public notice. 2. National Legal Advice Store.

From 1 July 2014, a national press association shall establish and maintain, at its own expense, a publicly accessible electronic directory of all legal opinions appearing on a publicly accessible newspaper website referred to in paragraph 1. A newspaper that publishes legal opinions in accordance with § 601 must submit the legal opinion to filing. D. Legal notices must be the dominant subject of the publicly accessible website page of the newspaper on which they are placed; and 1. Electronic publication of legal notices. A legal notice published in a newspaper under section 601 shall be placed on any publicly accessible website maintained by the newspaper in the following manner: (1) This section applies to legal notices that are required to be published under this chapter, unless otherwise provided. (5) If the law requires that the legal notice be published in a newspaper, or if a local district or special operating district publishes legal notices in a newspaper, the newspaper shall, (2) On a national website established and maintained as a joint venture of the majority of Tennessee newspapers as custodian of such communications and remaining on the filing website for at least as long: like them in the newspaper. Any newspaper whose general circulation meets the criteria of this paragraph (a) shall have free access to the national website.