New York Judiciary Law
Sec. § 222
Expenses of Judges and Justices


Notwithstanding any other provision of law, and subject to such rules and regulations as the chief administrator shall prescribe:

(a)

each judge of the court of appeals, each justice of the supreme court, including the justices of the appellate divisions thereof, and each judge of the court of claims shall be reimbursed for his or her actual and necessary transportation expenses, and such other travel expenses not to exceed seventy-five dollars per day as he or she shall actually and necessarily incur in the performance of his or her judicial duties outside the county wherein he or she is provided chambers and other than in a county having a population in excess of seven hundred thousand or in a city having a population in excess of one million, and not to exceed one hundred fifteen dollars per day in a county having a population in excess of seven hundred thousand or in a city having a population in excess of one million. For the purpose of such reimbursement of expenses, the city of New York shall be deemed to be one county;

(b)

when any judge of the county court, the surrogate’s court, the family court, the district court, the civil court of the city of New York or the criminal court of the city of New York shall be required to perform judicial duties outside the county of his residence, he or she shall be reimbursed for his or her actual and necessary transportation expenses, and such other travel expenses not to exceed seventy-five dollars per day incurred other than in a county having a population in excess of seven hundred thousand or in a city having a population in excess of one million, and not to exceed one hundred fifteen dollars per day in a county having a population in excess of seven hundred thousand or in a city having a population in excess of one million. For the purpose of such reimbursement of expenses, the city of New York shall be deemed to be one county.
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