Have you ever had to get a court order for documents?

have you ever had to get a court order for documents? what kind of documents?

military history?college degree's, employment,employer history or taxes paid,divorce records,marriage records,deeds,trusts,savings bonds,wills,any other documents.

The Supreme Judicial Court has ruled that the public records law does not require disclosure of documents that were received in the course of litigation and then sealed pursuant to a judicial protective order. Records protected by a court order cannot be disclosed even though the public records law does not expressly exempt them from disclosure. The decision is Commonwealth v. Fremont Investment & Loan, 459 Mass. 209 (2011).

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