Credit card transactions for fees, security deposits, fines and other court-imposed obligations
- • rules
The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court or the presiding judge of any judicial district of this state may establish by rule a program to permit the use of credit card transactions as security deposits, fines, assessments, restitution or any other court-imposed monetary obligation arising out of an offense. The program may also provide for the use of credit card transactions to pay for filing fees, response fees, certification fees and any other fees charged by the court. Any rules adopted pursuant to this section may provide for recovery from the person using the credit card of an additional amount reasonably calculated to recover any charge to the court by a credit card company resulting from use of the credit card. [1983 c.763 §54; 1989 c.1008 §2; 1993 c.531 §2; 1995 c.781 §4; 1997 c.801 §112; 1999 c.1051 §234]
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