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California Code, Government Code - GOV § 69844.7

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Notwithstanding any provisions of law to the contrary, in those counties where it is required by court order or rule that the clerk of the superior court place individual minute orders in the court's file of actions in chronological order, and if it is otherwise required by law that as a prerequisite to destruction of such records a microfilm copy thereof be made, the clerk shall not be required to keep a minute book but shall be required to keep minutes. Nothing contained herein shall eliminate the requirement for a judgment book where judgments and decrees are required to be entered.

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