(1) Every clerk shall maintain all records, files, dockets, and indexes as are prescribed
by statute or rule.
(2) All necessary record books and all necessary supplies required by the clerk's
office shall be procured through the Administrative Office of the Courts and paid
for by the Court of Justice.
(3) No clerk shall permit the records or papers of his office to be taken out of
his office except in case of invasion or insurrection, or other catastrophe, or pursuant
to rule or order of court, and then he shall cause them to be returned as soon as
the necessity for the removal ceases to exist.
(4) Records may be permanently transferred from the clerk's office by rule or order
of the Supreme Court.
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