1. The Laws of New York
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  3. Surrogate's Court Procedure
  4. Article 6: Orders and Decrees


Section 603 Transcript of decree or order 1

Surrogate's Court Procedure Act (SCP)

Transcript of decree or order

  1. Clerk to furnish transcript. Upon the application of any person, the clerk must furnish to him a transcript of any decree or order. If it be for other than money only, the clerk shall insert in the transcript a brief statement of the nature of the relief awarded. Such statement may be inserted under "remarks" as contained in the form set forth in section 255-c of the judiciary law.

  2. Docketing with county clerk. A transcript of a decree or order of the court may be filed in the office of the clerk of the county in which the court is located and upon such filing the clerk shall docket the decree or order in like manner and with like effect as a judgment entered in the supreme court within the county. The filing and docketing and any subsequent filing and docketing with any other county clerk shall be governed by the CPLR.