2006 New York Code - Solemnization Of Marriages.



 
    §  805-b. Solemnization of marriages. Notwithstanding any statute, law
  or rule to the contrary, no public officer listed in section  eleven  of
  the  domestic  relations law shall be prohibited from accepting any gift
  or benefit having a value of seventy-five dollars or  less,  whether  in
  the  form  of  money,  property,  services  or  entertainment,  for  the
  solemnization of a marriage by such public officer at a time  and  place
  other  than the public officer's normal public place of business, during
  normal hours of business. For the purpose of this  section,  a  town  or
  village  judge's  normal  hours  of business shall mean those hours only
  which are officially scheduled by the court for the  performing  of  the
  judicial function.

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