2006 Michigan Compiled Laws - Mich. Comp. Laws § 570.442 Fees; clerk, sheriff, attorney.
Act 59 of 1864 (Ex. Sess.)
570.442 Fees; clerk, sheriff, attorney.
The fees of the clerk and sheriff, shall be the same as now provided by law, in personal actions, in the circuit court, as near as may be, and the court shall have power, by general order, to make all needed modifications. The court shall also have power, in any particular case, to make a further allowance to the sheriff, or his deputies, when the circumstances of the case shall require. The sheriff shall receive, for the custody of any craft, under 75 tons, 1 dollar per day; if over 75 tons, 1 dollar and 50 cents per day. The fees of attorneys, to be taxed in favor of the prevailing party, shall be the same as provided in personal actions, by the rules of the circuit court.
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