Courts and Judicial Procedure

Organization, Powers, Jurisdiction and Operation of Courts


Subchapter VI-A. Judicial Records and Indices; Superior Court and Prothonotary

Where the index or indices of any record of the Superior Court or the office of the prothonotary needs renewing, revising, altering or recopying, or any of such records are not sufficiently indexed or are in need of a new or better system of ascertaining their contents or need renewing for preservation purposes, the Superior Court may order that a renewed, revised, altered, recopied or sufficient index be made of any such records.

66 Del. Laws, c. 185, § 9.;

Whenever a new index is made under this subchapter for the records of judgments, mechanics' liens, foreign or domestic attachments or other records of the Superior Court or prothonotary, the new index shall omit all such as have been fully and legally satisfied. No other change shall be made in the manner or system of keeping any index except by order of the Superior Court.

66 Del. Laws, c. 185, § 9.;

Whenever an order is made under this subchapter for the making of any index or indices, the prothonotary in the county in which such records are kept shall make the index or indices or cause the same to be made pursuant to this subchapter and such order. The prothonotary may procure all books necessary for such purpose, the cost of which shall be paid by the prothonotary.

66 Del. Laws, c. 185, § 9; 70 Del. Laws, c. 186, § 1.;

Repealed by 67 Del. Laws, c. 65, § 1, effective July 6, 1989.;