The judge of the superior court of the county in which was issued the order authorizing
arbitration shall appoint a reporter to attend the proceedings of the medical malpractice
arbitration panel and to record exactly and truly the testimony and proceedings in
the case being arbitrated, except the arguments of counsel. All provisions relating to court reporter fees, compensation, contingent expenses,
and travel allowance, as well as those relating to the furnishing of transcripts and
the style and form of transcripts, shall be the same for reporters appointed to attend
the arbitration panel proceedings as those applicable to reporters of the superior
court of the county in which the arbitration was authorized.
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