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New Jersey Statutes Title 2A. Administration of Civil and Criminal Justice 2A § 16-12

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The clerk of the superior court shall record every judgment and appealable order and in actions in which any writ or other proceeding shall require the removal of the record of any judgment to any other court, or other circumstances render it necessary, the clerk shall record also the proceedings in the action in full, by entering the warrants of attorney, process and return, pleadings, proceedings and judgment, so as to make a complete record thereof, which entry shall constitute the record.

In each such case, the clerk shall enter on the civil docket and, when the judgment is recorded therein, on the civil judgment and order docket, the date and place where the judgment is recorded in full as provided by this section.

The photographing and placing in suitable secured binders of photostats, or the microphotographing and development of the microfilm reel, or the placing of carbon copies in suitable secured binders, of any pleading, judgment, order or any instrument filed with the clerk of the court, with a suitable index thereto, shall constitute a recording as required by this section.

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