2013 Wisconsin Statutes & Annotations
799. Procedure in small claims actions.
799.10 Case file, court record.


WI Stat § 799.10 (2013 through Act 380) What's This?

799.10 Case file, court record.

799.10(1) (1) Clerk to maintain court record and case file. The clerk of circuit court shall maintain a court record of small claims cases, and a case file for each case in which there are papers other than the ones listed in s. 799.07 to be filed.

799.10(2) (2)Entries; what to contain. Entries in the court record shall include:

799.10(2)(a) (a) The number of the case;

799.10(2)(b) (b) The title of every action including the full names of the parties and their addresses, if known. If service is by mail, the clerk shall also enter the date when the summons is mailed to any defendant, and the name of the person to whom mailed;

799.10(2)(c) (c) The names of attorneys, if any, appearing in the action;

799.10(2)(d) (d) Type of action by reference to s. 799.01;

799.10(2)(e) (e) Nature of plea in forfeiture actions;

799.10(2)(f) (f) The judgment or final order entered, date of entering it and the amount of forfeiture or damages, costs and fees due to each person separately;

799.10(2)(g) (g) Satisfaction of forfeiture, or commitment for nonpayment of forfeiture or judgment;

799.10(2)(h) (h) The date of mailing notice of entry of judgment or final order as provided in s. 799.24;

799.10(2)(i) (i) Such additional entries as may be necessary to supply essential information not contained in the case file or reporter's record.

799.10(3) (3)Correcting court record. The judge has power at any time to order the court record corrected or any omission or additional entry supplied if the judge is satisfied that an error or omission exists or that one or more additional entries are needed.

799.10(4) (4)Time of court record entries. Entries in the court record shall be made not later than the time of the entry of the judgment or final order, or as soon thereafter as possible. No court record entries need be made in uncontested cases where the action is for a money forfeiture charging violation of a parking regulation.

History: 1979 c. 32 ss. 66, 92 (16); 1979 c. 176; Stats. 1979 s. 799.10; 1995 a. 224.

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