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Rule 67. Deposit in Court.
Upon notice to every other party and upon leave of court, a party may deposit with the court all or any part of any sum of money or any other thing capable of physical delivery which is the subject of the action or due under a judgment. Money deposited with the court under this rule shall be managed in accordance with the provisions of Rule 5, Rules Governing the Administration of All Courts. The court shall release the deposit to the party entitled to it when that party becomes entitled to it. No interest shall accrue against a party making a deposit, to the extent of that deposit, after it is made.
(Adopted by SCO 5 October 9, 1959; amended by SCO 251 effective July 1, 1976; by SCO 465 effective June 1, 1981; by SCO 474 effective July 1, 1981; by SCO 1085 effective January 15, 1992; by SCO 1093 effective July 15, 1992; and by SCO 1192 effective July 15, 1995)
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