2012 New York Consolidated Laws
CVP - Civil Practice Law & Rules
Article 80 - (8001 - 8022) FEES
8022 - Fee on civil appeals proceedings before appellate courts.


NY CPLR § 8022 (2012) What's This?
 
    §  8022. Fee on civil appeals proceedings before appellate courts. (a)
  A county clerk, upon filing a notice of appeal, is entitled to a fee  of
  sixty-five dollars, payable in advance.
    (b) The clerks of the appellate divisions of the supreme court and the
  clerk  of the court of appeals are entitled, upon the filing of a record
  on a civil appeal or a statement in lieu of record on a civil appeal, as
  required by rule 5530 of this chapter, to a fee of three hundred fifteen
  dollars, payable in advance. The clerks of the appellate divisions  also
  shall be entitled to such fee upon the filing of a notice of petition or
  order  to show cause commencing a special proceeding in their respective
  courts. In addition, the  clerks  of  the  appellate  divisions  of  the
  supreme  court  and the clerk of the court of appeals are entitled, upon
  the filing of each motion or cross motion with respect to a civil appeal
  or special proceeding, to  a  fee  of  forty-five  dollars,  payable  in
  advance.  However,  no fee shall be imposed for a motion or cross motion
  which seeks leave to prosecute or  defend  a  civil  appeal  or  special
  proceeding  as  a  poor  person  pursuant  to subdivision (a) of section
  eleven hundred one of this chapter.

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