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Title 4 : Judiciary

Chapter 017 : CLERKS OF COURT; COURT AND OTHER RECORDS AND ACCOUNTS

Subchapter 001 : Supreme Court and Superior Court

(Cite as: 4 V.S.A. § 657)
  • § 657. Transcribing damaged records

    When records in the Office of the Superior Court Clerk become faded, defaced, torn, or otherwise injured, so as to endanger the permanent legibility or proper preservation of the same, the Court Administrator may direct the court clerk to provide suitable books and transcribe such records therein. At the end of a transcript of record so made, the clerk shall certify under official signature and the seal of the court that the same is a true transcript of the original record. Such transcript or a duly certified copy thereof shall be entitled to the same faith and credit and have the same force as the original record. The expense of making such transcript shall be paid by the State. (Amended 1967, No. 174, § 8; 2009, No. 154 (Adj. Sess.), § 39; 2013, No. 67, § 5.)