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Monday, October 20, 2008
Certificates of Good Faith: Forms
The Tennessee Administrative Office of the Courts ("AOC") now has form certificates of good faith on its Web site, which are required by statute to be filed in medical malpractice actions. They are to be filed by a plaintiff to commence an action and by a defendant when the fault of a nonparty is pled as an affirmative defense. Tenn. Code Ann. § 29-26-122 (Supp. 2008).
Here's the link to the AOC's site with both forms: