Local Civil Rule 58 ENTRY OF JUDGMENT (a) When. (1) Judgments and Orders to be Filed Forthwith. Any order, judgment or decree which has been signed by the Court shall not be taken from the courthouse, but must be filed forthwith by the attorney obtaining it with the Clerk's Office or with the clerk in the courtroom. If signed outside the courthouse, the attorney procuring the order shall mail it to the appropriate clerk the same day, or file it by the next judicial day. (2) Settlement. Upon settlement of any action a judgment of dismissal shall be entered forthwith. (b) Effective Time (1) Effective on Filing in Clerk's Office. Judgments, orders and decrees shall be effective from the time of filing in the Clerk's Office, unless filed in accordance with CR 5(e). (2) Not to be Entered Until Signed. The clerk will enter no judgment or decree until the same has been signed by the judge. (3) Judgments on Notes. The Court will sign no judgment upon a promissory note until the original note has been filed. [Adopted Effective April 1, 1986]
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