Chapter 2.32 RCW

COURT CLERKS, REPORTERS, AND BAILIFFS

Sections
Powers and duties of court clerks.
FeesSupreme court clerk, clerks of court of appeals.
Clerk not to practice law.
Reporter's duties.
Publication of reports.
Correction by judges.
Opinions available to reporter.
Washington court reports commission.
CommissionPowers.
Superior court reportersQualificationsAppointmentTermsOath and bonds.
Duties of official reporter.
Court reporter salariesExpenses.
Application to lesser judicial districts.
One reporter for two lesser districts.
Transcript of testimonyFeeForma pauperis.
Transcript accorded verity.
Notes of outgoing reporter may be transcribedEffect.
Reporter pro tempore.
Reporter as amanuensis in counties with populations of one hundred twenty-five thousand or more.
Court files accessible to reporter.
Office space.
Other reporting service not precluded.
Criers and bailiffs.
Compensation of superior court bailiffs.
Payment of compensation.
NOTES:
County clerk is clerk of superior court: State Constitution Art. 4 § 26.
Election of county clerk: Chapter 36.16 RCW.
Fees: RCW 36.18.020.
Oath and bond of county clerk: RCW 36.16.040 through 36.16.060.
Powers and duties of county clerk: Chapter 36.23 RCW.
Salary of county clerk: Chapter 36.17 RCW.
Trust fund: RCW 36.48.090.
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