New York Judiciary Law
Sec. § 314
Fees and Expenses of Supreme Court Stenographer for Services Performed at Request of Official Referees


§ 314. Fees and expenses of supreme court stenographer for services performed at request of official referees. The fees of a supreme court stenographer or a stenographer of the county or surrogate’s court of the county in which the action, matter or proceeding is tried and determined for taking testimony or furnishing one copy thereof, as provided by section one hundred and sixteen of this chapter, when required by an official referee, shall be at the rate allowed in the supreme court. The stenographer is also entitled to payment of his actual and necessary expenses. The amount thereof must be paid upon the certificate of the official referee by the treasurer of the county in which the action or proceeding is pending, from the court fund, or the fund from which jurors are paid.
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