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Supplemental Rules of the Probate and Family Court Supplemental Probate and Family Court Rule 26: Exhibits

Effective Date: 01/02/2012
Updates: Amended December 14, 2011, effective January 2, 2012.

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Rule 26

Exhibits which are placed in the custody of the register shall be retained by him for one year after the trial or hearing at which they were used, unless sooner delivered to the parties or counsel to whom they respectively belong or by whom they were respectively presented or introduced. If in doubt as to the party or counsel entitled to delivery, the register may require an agreement of parties or counsel or order of the court, before delivery. The register may destroy or discard such exhibits, but not earlier than thirty days after notice by him to the party presenting or introducing such exhibits, requesting him to remove them, nor earlier than one year after such trial or hearing.

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