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Alabama Code Title 40. Revenue and Taxation § 40-1-14

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Any court costs taxed against the state shall be paid by the state and the various taxing subdivisions thereof in proportion to the amount of taxes levied by each. The sworn certificate of the clerk or register approved by the Comptroller shall be authority for the issuance of any payment of warrants therefor by the proper officers of each taxing authority and shall be treated as a preferred claim.

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