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Montana Title 3. Judiciary, Courts § 3-10-1005. Docket entries

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The justice of the peace shall enter in the docket kept by the justice for small claims cases the following:

(1) the title of each action;

(2) the amount claimed;

(3) the date the order of court/notice to defendant was signed and the date of the trial as stated in the order;

(4) the date the parties appeared or the date on which default was entered;

(5) each adjournment, stating on whose application and to what time;

(6) the judgment of the court;

(7) a statement of any money paid to the justice, when, and by whom;

(8) the date of the issuance of any abstract of the judgment;  and

(9) the date of the receipt of the notice of appeal, if any is given, and of the appeal bond, if any is filed.

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