Practitioners take note of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s recent order authorizing regulations setting fees and costs for calendar year 2016. These regulations set the fees and costs charged and collected by prothonotaries, clerks of courts of common pleas and the minor judiciary, including magisterial district judges and judges and staff of the Philadelphia Municipal Court.
By PBI| 2015-10-08T10:00:54+00:00 October 9th, 2015|Categories: Civil Litigation, Judicial Administration|Tags: clerk of court, costs, court of common pleas, fees, magisterial district judge, minor judiciary, Pennsylvania Supreme Court, prothonotary|Comments Off on Supreme Court Releases 2016 Schedule of Fees and Costs
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