2006 New York Code - Comptroller To Audit Charges Against City For Costs, Etc.

    §  7-205 Comptroller to audit charges against city for costs, etc. The
  comptroller, with the approval of the mayor, is authorized to audit  and
  allow,  as  charges against the city, the reasonable costs, counsel fees
  and expenses paid or incurred, or  which  shall  hereafter  be  paid  or
  incurred  by  any  commissioner  or  any  judge of the civil or criminal
  courts of the city of New York who shall have been a successful party in
  any proceeding or trial to remove him or her from office, or  who  shall
  bring  or  defend any action or proceeding, in which the question of his
  or her title to office is in any way presented or involved, or in  which
  it  is  sought  to convict him or her, or to review or prohibit any such
  removal or to obtain  possession  of  his  or  her  office,  or  by  any
  commissioner for the proper presentation and justification of his or her
  official  conduct before any body or tribunal lawfully investigating the
  same, and not officially recommending his or her removal from office.

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