RULE 9 - JOURNAL ENTRIES TO BE FURNISHED
RULE 9.1 - JOURNAL ENTRIES
In any case in which a judgment, decree or order is made by the Court sustaining or overruling motions, unless the journal entry is to be prepared by the Court, the prevailing party shall, within the time ordered by the Court, or within fourteen days after the mailing of such decree, judgment or order, prepare and submit to the opposing counsel in the case a journal entry of such judgment, decree or order. When such journal entry is submitted to opposing counsel such counsel shall approve or reject the same within in seven (7) days thereafter. If opposing counsel fails to approve it or reject it within such time, it shall be submitted to the Court which shall make any necessary correction and order its entry. If the prevailing party fails to furnish such entry to opposing counsel within such time, it shall be submitted to the Judge who shall approve the entry in the form he considers proper, or the clerk on the application of Counsel for the losing party shall call the case to the attention of the Court who may dismiss the same for want of prosecution or make such other order as may be proper under the circumstances.