General Assembly: 76 (1996 Regular GA) - Chapter 1221 - Disposition of exhibits by destruction


Published: 1996

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CHAPTER 1221 DISPOSITION OF EXHIBITS BY DESTRUCTION

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF IOWA

IN THE MATTER OF A CHANGE IN THE IOWA RULES OF CnnLPROCEDURE

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REPORT OF THE SUPREME COURT

CH. 1221

TO: MS. DIANE BOLENDER, SECRETARY OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF THE STATE OF IOWA.

Pursuant to Iowa Code sections 602.4201 and 602.4202, the Supreme Court of Iowa has prescribed and hereby reports on this date to the Secretary of the Legislative Council concern- ing amendments to Iowa Rule of Civil Procedure 253.1 as shown in the attached Exhibit "A."

Pursuant to Iowa Code section 602.4202(2), the changes to Iowa Rule of Civil Procedure 253.1 are to take effect March 1, 1996.

Des Moines, Iowa January 2,1996

Respectfully submitted,

THE SUPREME COURT OF IOWA

lsi Arthur A McGiverin ARTHUR A McGIVERlN, Chief Justice

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

I, the undersigned, Secretary of the Legislative Council, hereby acknowledge delivery to me on fourth day of January, 1996, the Report of the Supreme Court pertaining to Iowa Rule of Civil Procedure 253.1.

/s/ Diane E. Bolender Secretary of the Legislative Council

EXHIBIT "A"

253.1. Disposition of exhibits. One year after the final determination of a case, the clerk may destroy all exhibits filed with him the clerk provided that he the clerk shall notify counsel of record in writing that the exhibits will be destroyed unless receipted for within sixty days thereafter. The clerk may destroy all trial exhibits without notice two years after final determi- nation of the case.