Rule *77.1 Exceptions. Rules Governing.

[(a) Exceptions may be filed to any adjudication, opinion, order or decree not later than twenty (20) days after the date thereof; and in the absence of exceptions filed within that time, the adjudication, opinion, order or decree shall be final unless otherwise provided in the adjudication, opinion, order or decree.]

(a) All challenges to an order, decree, opinion, or adjudication of an account shall be raised by written exceptions. An order, decree, or opinion shall become final, and an adjudication of an account shall be confirmed absolutely as of course, after the expiration of twenty (20) days after the date of such order, decree, opinion, or adjudication, unless written exceptions thereto are filed within said twenty (20) days.

(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of subparagraph (a) hereof, the [The] Court will not entertain exceptions to the decree of a Hearing Judge awarding a jury trial or to any other interlocutory order or decree.

(c) Notwithstanding the provisions of provisions of subparagraph (a) hereof, exceptions to the disposition of schedules of distribution by the Auditing Judge shall only be filed in accordance with Rule *72(e)(3).

(d) Exceptions shall be filed with the Clerk, served in accordance with Rule *35.1(b), and listed for argument as provided in Rule *1.2(c).

(e) Exceptions shall be in writing, numbered consecutively, and signed by the exceptant or the exceptant's attorney. Each exception shall:


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