Supreme Court (General) Rules 2005
Part 2-Recording proceedings


    11. Custody of recordings and transcripts

    A registrar must ensure that the recording and any transcript of the recording of proceedings

    (a) are sufficiently registered and marked for identification;

    (b) are kept in safe custody; and

    (c) unless the court orders to the contrary, are not destroyed until at least 2 years after the conclusion of the proceedings, or the last date for commencing any appeal in relation to the proceedings, whichever is the later.



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