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RULES OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE -- PROBATE DIVISION 

Rule 78-B. DUPLICATION OF AUDIO TAPES.

  
    (a) Any person may request a copy of the audio recording of a hearing except when a case or proceeding is confidential by statute, court rule or order.  The recording will be provided on CD or audiotape for a fee of $25.00 per audiotape or CD.  A copy of the recording of a court proceeding shall not be deemed to be the official record of the proceeding.

    (b) In the case of any probate court proceeding made CONFIDENTIAL by New Hampshire statute, case law, or court order, no duplicate audio tape shall be released, except to a Party to the proceeding granted access by the court or to an Attorney for a Party to the proceeding. In such cases, the Party or Attorney shall sign a "Receipt for Duplicate Audio Tape of Confidential Probate Proceeding."


STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

________________________ COUNTY                                 PROBATE COURT


CASE NAME ____________________________________

CASE NUMBER: ________________

RECEIPT for DUPLICATE AUDIO TAPE of
CONFIDENTIAL PROBATE PROCEEDING


    I acknowledge receipt of a duplicate audio tape of a CONFIDENTIAL probate proceeding in this case.

    As a condition of the receipt of this duplicate audio tape, I shall take all reasonable actions to ensure that the CONFIDENTIALITY of the proceeding, including the CONFIDENTIALITY of this audio tape, is preserved. Those actions shall include the following:

    I shall not reproduce this audio tape in any form

    I shall not release this audio tape, or a copy of this audio tape, to anyone.

    I shall not allow anyone to listen to this audio tape, except for a party to this proceeding, attorney for a party to this proceeding, or a person with a court order authorization to listen to this audio tape.

DATE: ____________________                SIGNATURE ________________________

  

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