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§ 1-902. Special use.

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   (A) State Senators, Justices of the Supreme Court, Judges of the Court of Appeals, Directors of State agencies, and the Attorney General, and members of their respective staffs, may check out and use away from the library premises for a period of no more than 10 days any material required in the performance of their duties; provided, however, that the librarian shall call for its return sooner if the material checked out is needed by a State Senator, Justice of the Supreme Court, or Judge of the Court of Appeals.

   (B) Unless return is requested sooner by the librarian, the following material may be checked out from the library and used away from the library premises by members of the Nebraska State Bar Association for a period of not more than 5 days:

American Jurisprudence Proof of Facts
American Jurisprudence Trials
Bound Periodicals
Bound Federal Register
Nebraska Continuing Legal Education Seminar Manuals
Advance Sheets (retired)
State Reports, Nebraska excluded
Code of Federal Regulations (retired)
Treatises
U.S. Government Publications, not otherwise designated

   (C) Members of the Nebraska State Bar Association may check out the following materials for no more than 1 day:

American Jurisprudence 2d
American Jurisprudence Pleading and Practice Forms
American Law Reports
BNA Tax Management Portfolios
Code of Federal Regulations (current)
Corpus Juris Secondum
Legal Forms Books
Looseleaf Services (BNA & CCH)
Nebraska Briefs
Nebraska How to Practice Manuals
Nebraska Jury Instructions
Personal Injury Valuation Handbooks
State and Federal Court Rules
State Jury Instructions
U.S. Code Service
Unbound Periodicals
State Statutes, Session Laws, Nebraska excluded
Unbound Federal Register
Words and Phrases

   (D) Materials not specified in § 1-902(B) and (C) may not be checked out by anyone other than those users specified in § 1-902(A).

Rule 2 amended January 19, 1995; Rule  2 amended February 26, 2003. Renumbered and codified as § 1-902, effective July 18, 2008.

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