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§ 6-407. Maintaining copies.

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   (A) Except as provided in subsection (B) of this section, a copy of an E-Filed Document with original signatures shall be maintained either in paper form or in electronic form. A copy maintained in electronic form shall be stored using a durable medium as defined in § 6-401. The copy shall be maintained by the filing party and made available for inspection by other parties or the court upon request, but shall not be filed with the court. Where these rules require a party to maintain a Document, the filer is required to maintain the Document for a period of 2 years after the final resolution of the action, including the final resolution of all appeals.

   (B) Where an E-Filed Document is signed by only the attorney using the E-Filing System, the attorney shall not be required to maintain a copy of the E-Filed Document.

§ 6-407 deleted and § 6-408 renumbered to § 6-407 on August 12, 2008; § 6-407(A) amended January 21, 2010; § 6-407(B) adopted January 21, 2010.

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