The Menominee Tribal Courts is a court of general jurisdiction with appellate review operating under the authority of the Menominee Tribal Constitution and By-laws as a separate and equal branch of the Tribal Government. The Menominee Tribal Courts provide judicial services to the Menominee Indian Reservation.
Menominee Court Pay Online Rules

The Menominee Tribal Court is happy to now offer an On-Line payment option on the Menominee Tribal Home page.

Go to the home page and select the Pay On-Line tab from the upper right and scroll through the departments to locate the Courts link.

The Court has designated some rules for our internal processes and application of your payments. They have been attached below. Please review them carefully.

Menominee Court Pay Online Rules

Menominee Court Notice - Court Refines Practices Due to Emergency Order #4

In light of the Menominee Tribe's recent Emergency Order 34, the Tribal Court will be temporarily refining some of its practices.

Please see the refined practices in the flyer below.

Stephan M Grochowski, Chief Justice - Menominee Supreme Court

Menominee Court Notice - Refined Practices

Menominee Court Notice - Temporary Rule for Residential Eviction Actions

As part of the CARES Act, a federal moratorium on evictions is in effect. This moratorium applies in non-payment of rent related evictions from federally assisted housing as well as a moratorium on fees and penalties for the non-payment of rent. This federal eviction moratorium is in effect for a 120-day period beginning on March 27, 2020 lasting through July 25, 2020. This is in addition to the temporary suspension of evictions authorized by this Court system effective March 25, 2020.

In order for this Court to adjudicate eviction cases, certain questions must be asked to enable the Court to determine whether the premises at issue in a particular eviction are a 'Covered Property' which is subject to a 'federally-backed mortgage.' Thus, until further notice, in all evictions filed with this Court, an affidavit must be appended to your eviction complaint.

Please view the Statement and Affidavit

Stephan M Grochowski, Chief Justice - Menominee Supreme Court

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