Rules of Practice and Procedure effective September 15, 2011 - page 50

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(2) maintain an index of cases contained in the docket;
(3) prepare, under the direction of the Court, a calendar
of cases submitted or waiting argument; and
(4) keep such other books and records as may be
required by the Court.
(c) Notice of Court Actions.
Immediately upon
issuance of an opinion, memorandum decision, or order, or
upon entry of judgment or mandate, the Clerk shall send a copy
or notification to each party to the proceeding and note in the
docket the issuance or entry date. Electronic transmission of
the notice of docket activity constitutes such notice for all
CM/ECF Users.
(d) Custody of Records and Papers.
The Clerk is
custodian of the records and documents of the Court. The
Clerk shall not permit any original record or document to be
taken from the Clerk's custody except as authorized by law.
The Clerk shall retain, archive, or otherwise dispose of
documents submitted for filing, as required or otherwise
permitted by law.
(e) Court Seal.
The Clerk is the custodian of the seal
of the Court. The seal will appear as ordered by the Court.
The seal is the means of authentication of all records,
certificates, and process issued from the Court.
(f) Schedule of Fees.
The Clerk shall maintain in the
Public Office and on the Court website a schedule of fees
approved by the Court.
(g) Motions.
Unless a case has been assigned to a
Judge or Judges or unless otherwise directed by the Court, the
Clerk may act on motions and applications, if joint, consented
to, or unopposed, that seek to–
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