The proceedings of every court shall be entered in a book and
in the discretion of the court may be caused to be read, and after
being corrected, where it is necessary, shall be signed by the
judge or presiding officer on the following day, except those of
the last day of the term and of the day on which the court may
adjourn to a future day as prescribed in article two of this
chapter, which shall be drawn up and corrected, where it is
necessary, and signed by the judge or officer on the same day:
That where microfilm, photocopies or some other similar
reproduction process is used to copy the original orders of such
proceedings for entry in the book, and such original orders have
been signed by the judge or presiding officer, it shall not be
necessary for the judge or presiding officer to personally sign
such copies entered in the book.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2016 Regular Session
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