Rule 46 – Objecting to a Ruling or Order

    A formal exception to a ruling or order is unnecessary. When the ruling or order is requested or made, a party need only state the action that it wants the court to take or objects to, along with the grounds for the request or objection.  Failing to object does not prejudice a party who had no opportunity to do so when the ruling or order was made.

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