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After Trial: Orders

After Trial: Orders

An order needs to be prepared when the court hearing is complete and the court has made an order. The order is the document, filed in the court registry, which sets out the decision of the judge or associate judge. The parties, not the judge, are usually responsible for preparing the order.

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