25-8-1, 25-8-2. Repealed. 25-8-3 Father and mother's liability for confinement expense. 25-8-4 Repealed. 25-8-5 Custodian's recovery of support from noncustodian--Period support recoverable. 25-8-6 Repealed. 25-8-7 Proceedings to determine paternity or compel support as civil actions--Rules of procedure--Remedies authorized. 25-8-7.1 Court ordered testing for paternity--Filing of results. 25-8-7.2 Persons authorized to perform test--Liability. 25-8-7.3 Test results--Documentation--Filing objections to admissibility. 25-8-8 Agreement on father's liability not binding unless judicially approved--Other remedies barred when approved and performed. 25-8-9 Time for bringing proceedings. 25-8-10, 25-8-11. Repealed. 25-8-12 Time of institution of proceeding--Trial deferred until birth. 25-8-13 to 25-8-30. Repealed. 25-8-31 Repealed. 25-8-32 to 25-8-40. Repealed. 25-8-41 Repealed. 25-8-42 to 25-8-45. Repealed. 25-8-46 Terminology used in records of children born out of wedlock. 25-8-47, 25-8-48. Repealed. 25-8-49 Admission of paternity as prima facie evidence. 25-8-50 Voluntary hospital-based paternity establishment program. 25-8-51 Forwarding of affidavit of paternity to Department of Social Services. 25-8-52 Rebuttable presumption of paternity--Signed and notarized affidavit. 25-8-53 Reimbursement of reasonable costs for affidavit of paternity. 25-8-54 Use of forms and information prescribed by department. 25-8-55 Default judgment establishing paternity. 25-8-56 Judgment of paternity--Full faith and credit. 25-8-57 Rebuttable presumption of legitimacy. 25-8-58 Genetic test results. 25-8-59 Actions contesting rebuttable presumption of paternity. 25-8-60 Circumstances where name of father appears with birth record for out of wedlock birth. 25-8-61 Trial by jury prohibited in paternity action. 25-8-62 Admissible medical billing evidence in paternity actions. 25-8-63 Filing affidavits or adjudications of paternity. 25-8-64 Setting aside presumption or prior determination of paternity based on genetic test results--Factors in determining best interest of the child.