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What Is a Lodgement? Definition, Uses and Importance.

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A lodgment is a means of submitting documents to the court temporarily. When submitted with an Accounting, it can be used as supporting evidence for one-time hearings like divorce proceedings or tax returns that are too large and need filing quickly so they don’t get lost in the stacks on your desk.

What is a probate lodgement?

A lodgment is a means of submitting documents to the court temporarily. Generally, this practice is reserved for a large number of exhibits that have either been deemed too large for the court’s file or are needed on a limited basis. Another example of when documents should be lodged rather than filed is in the instance of original documents, such as bank statements, that are submitted in support of a one-time hearing, such as an Accounting.

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