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One for custody
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(a) After conclusion of the hearing, the master shall:
(1) file the record and the report within
(i) twenty days in uncontested actions or;
(ii) thirty days after the receipt of the transcript by the master in contested actions; and
(2) immediately serve upon counsel for each party, or, if unrepresented, upon the party, a copy of the report and recommendation and written notice of the right to file exceptions.
(b) Within twenty days of the date of receipt or the date of mailing of the master’s report and recommendation, whichever occurs first, any party may file exceptions to the report or any part thereof, to rulings on objections to evidence, to statements or findings of fact, to conclusions of law, or to any other matters occurring during the hearing. Each exception shall set forth a separate objection precisely and without discussion. Matters not covered by exceptions are deemed waived unless, prior to entry of the final decree, leave is granted to file exceptions raising those matters.
(c) If exceptions are filed, any other party may file exceptions within twenty days of the date of service of the original exceptions. The court shall hear argument on the exceptions and enter a final decree.
(d) If no exceptions are filed, the court shall review the report and, if approved, shall enter a final decree.
(e) No Motion for Post-Trial Relief may be filed to the final decree.
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