Nebraska Revised Statute 25-1321

Chapter 25 Section 1321


Complete record; contents.

The complete record shall include the complaint, the process, the return, the pleadings subsequent thereto, reports, verdicts, orders, judgments, and all material acts and proceedings of the court maintained in the state's electronic case management system and either in paper form or on microfilm. All journal entries and all such filings as are required to be entered in full in the register of actions shall, by reference, be made a part of the complete record for all purposes, including the taxing of fees and costs. Evidence introduced at any proceeding is not part of the complete record of the cause.



  • A bill of exceptions is no part of complete record in district court. Behrends v. Beyschlag, 50 Neb. 304, 69 N.W. 835 (1897).

  • Answer, demurrer thereto, and ruling are proper parts of record. Mills v. Miller, 2 Neb. 299 (1873).

  • Signature of judge is not essential to validity of decree or record. Gallentine v. Cummings, 4 Neb. Unof. 690, 96 N.W. 178 (1903).