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New York Consolidated Laws, Judiciary Law - JUD § 341. Duty of attendants at term of appellate division

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A term of the appellate division of the supreme court must be attended by not more than three attendants appointed by such court, one of whom shall act as crier; ?all of whom must act under the direction of the court or of the presiding justice. ?The fees of such attendants for attending a term of the appellate division must be paid out of the treasury of the state.

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