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Rule 10-3. Journal Entries

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   It shall be the duty of the party directed by the court to promptly prepare a proper journal entry, order, judgment, or decree. The proposed journal entry shall be submitted to opposing counsel or party for approval as to form and content and then submitted to the court for its signature within 10 days after the entry of the decision or order. Should a party or attorney object to the form or content of the journal entry, he or she should notify the court immediately of any requested change. The court will determine the final language of the order.  As to all journal entries which constitute a judgment within the meaning of Neb. Rev. Stat. § 25-1301.01 (Reissue 2008), the clerk shall file a certificate in the court file showing that a notice has been mailed to all parties of record or their attorneys. The clerk shall refuse to issue an execution, order of the sale, fee bill, or other final process founded upon such decision or order in any case until the same is properly journalized and signed.

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