The county clerk shall be responsible and liable for all moneys received by or deposited
with him in his official capacity and in respect to moneys deposited in any court
with him, he shall be entitled to retain therefrom fees comparable in amount as in
the case of moneys paid into court and deposited with the Clerk of the Superior Court. The county clerk shall account to the county treasurer for all such fees so retained
The Superior Court assignment judge of the county, in writing, shall designate a bank
or banks or trust company or trust companies in this State in which the county clerk
shall deposit all moneys received by him officially and prescribe the manner in which
same may be withdrawn, subject to the Supreme Court rules and regulations applicable
to him as clerk of a court. The clerk shall not be personally liable for the safekeeping of moneys so deposited.
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