Delaware Laws - Title 10 Courts and Judicial Procedures
Subchapter II. Entry of Judgments

Sec. 4733. Judgments entered at special directions of state judge. (4202)(1-click HTML)

(a) Any state judge may have recorded, docketed, indexed and/or filed, in any appropriate city, county or state office in this State, where legal documents are usually received for recording, docketing, indexing and/or filing, any interlocutory, or final judgment or order or part thereof, entered in any cause pending in any of the state courts. The state judge shall, in the judgment or order proposed to be recorded, docketed, indexed and/or filed, direct the manner in which it shall be recorded, docketed, indexed and/or filed. (4203)

(b) From the time any judgment or order referred to in subsection (a) of this section is received in any office designated in the judgment, it shall constitute notice to all persons who are charged with notice of matters filed in such office. (4204)

(c) When a judgment or order is received by any city, county or state officer pursuant to subsection (a) of this section, the person in charge of the office shall receive the judgment or order and record, docket, index and/or file the same in accordance with the directions set forth in the judgment or order. (4205)

(d) As used in this section, "state judge" includes the Chancellor, and any Vice-Chancellor. (4206)

(48 Del. Laws, c. 129, Sec.Sec. 1, 2; 10 Del. C. 1953, Sec. 4733.) (4207)


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