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Indiana Code Title 30. Trusts and Fiduciaries § 30-4-5-15

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Sec. 15. (Judgment;  Fees)

(a) Subject to the right of appeal, a judgment rendered by the court under 30-4-5-14, either approving the statement or disapproving it and surcharging the trustee, is final, conclusive and binding upon all the parties to the action who are subject to the jurisdiction of the court.

(b) Entry of the judgment by the court finally disposes of the matter and the clerk may not tax or charge a service fee for any year beyond that in which the judgment is rendered.

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