1. The supreme court shall appoint a clerk of the supreme court and may remove the
clerk for cause.
2. The clerk of the supreme court shall have an office at the seat of government,
shall keep a complete record of the proceedings of the court, and shall not allow
an opinion filed in the office to be removed. Opinions shall be open to examination and, upon request, may be copied and certified. The clerk promptly shall announce by ordinary or electronic mail to one of the attorneys
on each side any ruling made or decision rendered, shall record every opinion rendered
as soon as filed, shall send by ordinary or electronic mail a copy of each opinion
rendered to each attorney of record and to each party not represented by counsel,
and shall perform all other duties pertaining to the office of clerk.
3. The clerk of the supreme court shall collect and account to the state court administrator
for all fees received by the supreme court.
4. The clerk of the supreme court shall give bond as provided in chapter 64.
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